I'm probably being very ignorant when I ask this, but why are some people ignostics/igtheists? Ignosticism/igtheism is apparently the belief that all other theological positions (including atheism and agnosticism) assumes too much about the concept of God and that "God" has no valid definition. But we know what God is said to be in a theological standpoint, the supreme ruler and creator of the universe, so (again from a theological standpoint) how do we not know what God is? How can ignostics/igtheists not make up their minds as to whether a creator exists or not? Again, this might just be me being ignorant, but I'd like an answer to help me understand, be it from an ignostic/igtheist, theist, agnostic or atheist alike. Also, for reference, I'm a teenage agnostic atheist.
Line up 10 theists. Ask them to define "god". You will get 10 different definitions. Problem you get with an infinite being (if ANY exists) is that the finite human mind cannot understand the infinite, any "god" that may exist is both unknown and unknowable.
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This was the most effective in helping me understand, thank you, I suppose I was partially looking at it the wrong way. Also, "any "god" that may exist is both unknown and unknowable", which is why I'm an agnostic atheist. ;)