Agnostic = Ignorant

“It is amazing how many intellectuals call themselves ‘agnostics,’ not realizing that this is the Greek word for ‘ignorant.’ To be ignorant is a shame when one has the possibility of acquiring knowledge. The Christian religion gives satisfactory answers to the ultimate problems of life.” Richard Wurmbrand, Reaching Toward the Heights 

Psalm 73:22 I was so foolish and ignorant; I was like a beast before You.

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3 Responses to Agnostic = Ignorant

  1. Mark Ridge says:

    Your interpretation of the word agnostic is ignorant. Agnostic means without knowledge
    Agnostic (from Ancient Greek ἀ- (a-), meaning “without”, and γνῶσις (gnōsis), meaning “knowledge”). An 19C use of the word ignorant.

  2. Christopher Mankey says:

    ““It is amazing how many intellectuals call themselves ‘agnostics,’ not realizing that this is the Greek word for ‘ignorant.’ ”

    It’s not a geek word for ignorant. It literally means “doesn’t know” . Ray doesn’t know much, but pretends to have knowledge about things NOBODY could know. z

    “To be ignorant is a shame when one has the possibility of acquiring knowledge.”

    Ray, you’re the saddest example of that statement I’ve ever seen.

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