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Agnostic theism is the philosophical view that encompasses both theism and agnosticism. An agnostic theist believes in the existence of at least one deity, but regards the basis of this proposition as unknown or inherently unknowable. It can also mean that there is one high ruler, but it is unknowable or unknown who or what it is. The agnostic theist may also or alternatively be agnostic regarding the properties of the God or the gods he or she believes in.
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Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Bibliography of philosophy, psychology, and cognate subjects, comp. by Benjamin Rand ... 2 pt. 1905 (1903)
by James Mark Baldwin, Benjamin Rand
Heresies ; or, Agnostic theism, ...
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