What does the Bible say about agnostics?


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100 4800 Paul Wood KC-135 Instructor Pilot; Engineer; Disciple Maker
I can relate to agnostics because I like to have all the answers. Romans 1:18-25 makes it clear no one has a legitimate excuse to deny the Christian God, and that includes agnostics. There is enough information in creation to realize God "is". 

Then, the Bible supplies the detail of God's plan to save people. Rom 1:21 says 'they knew' God. Using your eBible, click on the verse and select explain. Then select Strong's and you'll see the Greek word ginosko (knowledge/realization). This verse is saying people can know God, thus taking away the agnostics' claim. The whole passage is filled with this message. 

Now, some people might have doubt, and maybe they confuse doubt with not being able to know God. That reminds me of the man who said, "I believe, help my unbelief" in Mark 9:24.

100% knowledge is not necessary for saving faith in Christ.

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