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  • 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.
    Mitch Albom  --  Tuesdays with Morrie

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