Agnosticism Defies Belief

Agnosticism, of course, is not a wholly unreasonable viewpoint, just the result of a false line of enquiry. The agnostic attempts to assess objectively the merits of the believer's faith in the existence of god or gods by examining the evidence. He concludes that since a god cannot be apprehended by man's physical senses no evidence with any bearing on the question is available. He says, 'seeing is believing. I do not see. Therefore I do not believe'.