Not only does God have incoherent, contradictory attributes but HIs supposed ones as Primary Cause, Miracle Monger,etc. don't pan out, then their lack adds to His being vacous- meaningful like the unicorn, but meaningless as having substance.
What do you think?

Tags: atheism, ignosticism, naturalism, rationalism

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It's spelled "agnosticism", and it's actually not a "middle road" between theism and atheism, and Brad Pitt's baffling quote will only serve to deepen the confusion.

Sounds like you're an agnostic atheist, although based upon your wording, I'd say you sound pretty confident about God's non-existence.
Ignosticism is different from agnosticism. It's an early 20th century term, I think, that basically states that God has to be properly defined before we can debate existence. If God is defined as something not falsifiable, the debate essentially can't bear fruit.

Well, something like that. I'd bet wikipedia can clear it all up.
Sounds a little bit like pantheism.
Thanks y'all1
Supernaturalists must find evidence for His attributes rather than merely list them!- and show them cohenent and non0contradictory. Anon, I'll adduce the evidence against those two matters.

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