The difference between atheism and agnosticism is that an agnostic says he doesnt know for sure. He generally doesnt believe there is evidence for or against a god. An atheist claims absolutely no chance of there being a god. But to know for sure, wouldnt an atheist have to have absolute knowledge of the entire universe to really make that statment that there is no God? (which is very presumptuous on the part of the atheist as you would need infinite knowledge to really make that statement) Some of you will debate thats not what atheism is. But the word atheist comes from the greek words "alpha and theos" Alpha meaning the negative and Theos meaning God. So the word atheist means "No God!" So with that, you can all know that all atheists are full of sh*t with what they think they know. They dont have the answers, they do not have infinite knowledge which could disprove the existence of God, but they will definately claim to know the answers of life & death and hope to fool you into believing they know the answers. They will even tell you that the bible is not true even though they have never read it. If that doesnt work, then they will resort to their most common tactic which is to attack your ego. They will call you stupid, judgmental, bigot, or whatever else they can to get you to go to their side.(this works very effectively on young people under 18 but can be used on anyone with weak beliefs) So now you people that are atheists know that you cant possible know the truth. You people that claim to be agnostics should be open to information either way. So I ask you agnostics to at least look at the information for God. Read the bible. Its one book to read in your life. We all read many books in our lives and if this one is supposed to be the most important one, maybe its worth giving it a read all the way through. Nothing is more important than knowing what happens when you die since its all a bridge we cross. If you are going to go in front of a judge one day, you might as well brush up on the law and get a good lawyer (Jesus) who has got some juice with the judge I know I would not want to represent myself in front of God.