I keep seeing all these "ask me about..." threads and thought it was high time to set the record straight about agnostics. We are not all fence-sitting-intellectually-lazy-mealy-mouthed-wimps afraid to call ourselves atheists or believers. Quite the opposite, many of us are firm in our conviction that we just don't know if there are God(s) or not.
Some of us aren't even sure if the question itself is anything more then mystical gibberish along the lines of asking what is north of north or which way is up when there is no down. Nor does it matter to me personally whether something makes sense or not. What matters is whether it is useful to me and if it happens to also make sense then that's just an added bonus (if nothing else it makes it easier to remember.) I have great respect for mysticism as another means for personal growth and would never dismiss it out of hand.
Quite simply for me life is a miracle. I have no idea if it is supernatural or natural in origin or beyond all such possible labels. I just know it inspires awe and wonder despite all the horror and revulsion it can also inspire. That's pretty miraculous if you think about it and pretty darn useful to boot. I have two kids and can testify that their existence requires no explanation or justification whatsoever as far as I'm concerned. My love for them requires no explanation or justification. It is what it is and I'm quite satisfied with it being the way it is and find it quite useful as well.
And last, but not least, is all this nonsense from Naturalists claiming everything is natural. As far as I'm concerned that's no different from saying you can have an up without a down, a back without a front, or a top without a bottom. Just so much mystical mumbo jumbo that might be useful in more situations then most mystical mumbo jumbo, but still doesn't make a lick of sense when you stop to think about it. As far as I can tell things like quantum Indeterminacy fit the definition of supernatural to a tee and are perfectly useful in a wide range of situations as well.
Well, that's enough of my rambling. Time to see what others have to say.