Why, you poor skinny little agnostic, here you have a chance to see the Almighty’s handiwork, and all you grab out of it is a feeling that you’re real smart.
He was permitted, without restriction, to speak of himself as immoral, agnostic and socialistic, so long as it was universally known that he remained pure, Presbyterian, and Republican.
Like all ardent agnostics, Martin was a religious man.
And— I am a pious agnostic.
He became delirious, but between spasms he muttered, with infinite pain, tears in his eyes at his own weakness: "I want you to see how an agnostic can die! "I am not afraid, but yoost once more I would like to see Stockholm, and Fifth Avenue on the day the first snow falls and Holy Week at Sevilla.
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He’s agnostic — about the existence of God and the proof of any non-physical belief.
He was born Jewish, but became an agnostic when he was a teenager, partly because of all that had happened to him as a child.