Over the past year or so, my religious beliefs have shifted from athiesm to something similar to agnosticism, but perhaps not quite. I’m hoping that someone can help classify my beliefs so that I can study these beliefs further.
I like to title it “Faith and Acceptance”, but here we go:
A) It is beyond comprehension for humans to definitively know one way or the other about the origins of their existence or the presence of deities.
B) I accept that there may or may not be: a god, no god, or another civilization that created us.
C) If there is no god, then I accept this fact and realize that there is no afterlife.
D) If there is some other civilization that created us, then I have accept that this civilization may or may not have a plan for us after we die. (If this scenario is true, and there is no god, see part C, above. If this scenario is true, and there is a god, see part E, below. If this scenario is not true, see part C or E).
E) If there is a god, I have faith that this god will accept me for the person that I am. I have faith that this god will accept the fact that I am doubting the existence of any god. I have faith that this god is an all-encompassing, all-knowing and all-loving god.
F) If there is a god, then Christian God, Buddah, Vishnu, etc are all the same deity. Isolated regional differences in belief occured due to social changes and lack of outside influence.
Sorry about the rambling… I’m sure I’m missing something. But help me out, will ya?