Even if I Knew god Existed I Still Wouldn’t Worship Him/Her

My progress on this website has slowed because I have been consumed with the desire to work on fiction. Sadly I cannot post that work here because I have something of a hopeless desire to see it published so that I may finally stop calling myself a writer when I actually have no career to speak of.

Nonetheless I enjoy the topics I cover on this blog and will continue to post new work when the mood strikes me, as it has now. This is partly because I have finally decided to speak on a subject I have long looked forward to writing on.

The title already says it, but for the sake of theatre I shall repeat it here:

Even if I knew god existed I still wouldn’t worship him/her.

That is a rather vague statement. Which god? What interpretation of god? What do you mean by “worship?”

The answers are: All of them, any of them, and I’ll get to that.

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Misconceptions on Agnosticism and a Smattering of Transgender Issues

The running gag behind agnosticism is that agnostics are indecisive and afraid to take a stance on anything. It’s not usually said with sincerity, and compared to other belief biases it is extremely tame. Nonetheless, who doesn’t benefit from a bit of clarity?

I identified as an agnostic for nearly ten years, and in that time I met many others who also identified as such. From my experiences and conversations with others I maintain that agnosticism is not about not knowing; it is simply not caring.

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