Paragraph 2127

2127. Agnosticism assumes a number of forms. In certain cases the agnostic refrains from denying God; instead he postulates the existence of a transcendent being which is incapable of revealing itself, and about which nothing can be said. In other cases, the agnostic makes no judgment about God’s existence, declaring it impossible to prove, or even to affirm or deny.


Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

262. Is it possible to be saved without Baptism?

435. How did Jesus interpret the Law?

78. After the first sin, what did God do?

162. Where does the one Church of Christ subsist?

223. How does the Holy Spirit work in the liturgy of the Church?

547. Is there a prayer of Mary in the Gospel?

218. What is the liturgy?


Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

How does Ruth’s story teach us about integrity and honesty?

Saul’s Character and the Consequences of His Choices: A Case Study in Leadership (1 Samuel 9-15)

What is the meaning of being “blameless” according to the 2 Peter 3:14 passage?

How is God’s justice manifested in the midst of suffering, according to Job 34:10-12?

What is the image of God as shepherd in Ezekiel 34?

What is the importance of gratitude and contentment according to the book of Ecclesiastes?

The Tower of Babel: What Does This Story Teach Us About God’s Sovereignty? (Genesis 11:1-9)