I find atheists to be hypocritical they claim that there is no way that we could know that there is a God. Yet they claim that they know that there is no God which is also impossible to know.
No, dude. Just. No. First off, atheism as a position isn’t the positive claim that there are no gods, it’s the denial of the positive claim that there is. I don’t know there’s no god any more than I know there’s no bigfoot or loch ness monster or invisible pink unicorns, but I don’t believe there are any of those things until you show me reason to believe.
I feel that humans do not posses the knowledge that there is or is not a God and we may never obtain that knowledge.
Well, why the fuck not? We possess the knowledge that there is or is not other things that exist or, at least, we have the ability to discover it. What is it about God that can’t be discovered and why do you think you know anything about a thing you yourself just called undiscoverable?
I honestly agree with agnostics because they do not have a definite belief about God.
Well, that’s because you don’t fucking know what “agnostic” means. No surprise, really, you don’t really know what an atheist is either. See, you buy into this church-created lie that agnosticism is some half way point between theism and atheism. It is not. Imagine four quadrants of understanding; One labeled gnostic theism, another labeled agnostic theism, a third labeled gnostic atheism and a final one labeled agnostic atheism. You see, the word, gnosticism describes knowledge, not belief. The word theism describes belief. A gnostic theist says they know for a fact (according to them) that a god exists. An agnostic theist does not claim to know, but believes it is true.
I personally believe that there is a possibility that some type of God exists or hey maybe there is no god who knows.
You believe there’s a possibility? That’s not a belief that’s a cop out. Do you or do you not believe? How could you even believe in the possibility? I mean, I believe in the possibility of a bigfoot because all the things about the creature described exist in the real world. Mammals, walking up-right, living in the woods, two arms two legs, fur, it’s all very plausible. God, on the other hand, lives in magic death land and floats around playing telephone with kneeling Earthlings and such. None of that exists in the real world, doesn’t seem very ‘possible.’
I’m sure a lot of people would rather be hopeful and believe in heaven over rotting in the fucking ground.
Oh, so it just comes down to what you want? Well, I want to believe I can fly, but that’s not gonna be a good excuse when I leap from a fourth story window. In the meantime, you can waste your life begging an imaginary ghost and giving greedy institutions 10% of your income while I cherish the only life that I actually know I have.