The release of the Agnostic Bible

Book One: Beginnings

Chapter 1

1 – In the beginning, well, no one knows for sure; claims that anyone does know are silly.
2 – If you’re religious and not hurting anyone, fine – but please know you can’t know for sure.
3 – Truth is about the things we can prove, and no one alive today was there at our origins.
4 – If you weren’t there, you can’t prove it; I don’t care what your ancient text says.
5 – If you’re secular and not hurting anyone, fine – but please know that evolution is not science.
6 – Science is not guesswork, and anything pertaining to our origins most certainly is guesswork.
7 – The scientific method itself disproves that evolution is scientific in its first through third steps.
8 – The scientific method is merely: observe, hypothesize based on your observation, experiment to prove or disprove said hypothesis, and after a majority of experiments with the same result, form a theory.
9 – If a scientific theory is never disproved after many years and many scientists of differing opinions also experimenting on it, it becomes a law.
10 – There is a reason that there is a law of gravity, and yet merely the theory of evolution.
11 – Yet the evolutionary theory itself should not exist, as it masquerades as science.
12 – To wit: no one alive was present to experiment on (or witness) the origin of man.
13 – We weren’t there; ergo, any science having to do with the origin of mankind – be it evolutionary or creationist in nature – is purely speculative: and as such, is not true science.
14 – One cannot prove evolution any more than one can prove an all-powerful creator.
15 – Granted, it takes less faith to believe in a creator, but it also demands less personal responsibility to believe in evolution.
16 – So, for the faithless, there is the creator; for the lazy, there is evolution.
17 – And if you’re either religious or secular and smugly believe that your group alone has a grasp on what the absolute Truth of the human origin is, you’re a jackass.

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6 Responses to The release of the Agnostic Bible

  1. If I Won Powerball says:

    Could you clarify these two statements because you lost me at this point….

    15 – Granted, it takes less faith to believe in a creator, but it also demands less personal responsibility to believe in evolution.
    16 – So, for the faithless, there is the creator; for the lazy, there is evolution.

    How or why does it take ‘less faith’ to believe in a creator?

    • Because it’s far easier to believe (requiring “less faith”) that a superior, intelligent being was behind the creation of the Universe than to believe that the Universe could have happened by accident… no matter how many “billions of years” one gives it to happen.

      It’s why I’m an Agnostic, not an Atheist. I think the Truth of our origin is out there, but that so far everyone with what they call the “truth” is just guessing. What’s worse: no one admits it, and is arrogantly smug, as if they KNOW they have the answer. That’s just asinine.

  2. keokukgirl says:

    I follow you well, up until the evolution isn’t science part. Define what evolution is please? Thank you!

    • In a nutshell, the parts of evolution that I take issue with are the parts no one witnessed or can prove. If all signs point to something (like evolutionists say about the “Big Bang”), it’s very possible that you just don’t understand things well enough yet to know the Truth. Case in point: when the prevailing “scientific facts” held that the Earth was flat.

      Since no one has invented time travel yet, there’s no solid, observable, scientific evidence as to the “how” of the beginning of our Universe – I don’t care how many fancy special effect explosions they put in “Cosmos”.

      Saying that you know that there was a Big Bang is as ludicrous as saying you know there’s a God. You CAN’T (yet) – and people that say that shit as a certainty are generally assholes… or SHEEP.

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