I have a question for those of you who choose to call yourselves agnostics. Do you really believe that it is possible that the Flying Spaghetti Monster really exists? The standard answer I get when I pose this questions is: anything is possible. But if impossibilities did not exist then half the proofs in mathematics are wrong. Now, if you grant that the FSM is (in all likelihood) impossible, why is it any different for any other god? It is difficult for me to fathom how anyone can hear the definition of the Abrahamic god (Einsteins's, et. al. definitions of god are so vague and so innocuous that even I have to admit to some level of possibility) and not Grock (apololgies to Heinlein) the impossibility of such a being. I struggle to understand how something that is, to me, obviously utterly impossible is given any level of credence by anyone who is not woefully ignorant or dumb.
I do not intend this to be insulting or deprecating, I just really have a hard time understanding this position.