There's a very well known shot taken by the Hubble Telescope. I'm sure you've heard of it; it's known as "The Ultra Deep Field" and it represents both our longest look out into the cosmos, as well as our furthest look back in time. This awesome shot of a small piece of the night sky (about the size of a postage stamp) reveals over 1500 galaxies at varying stages of evolution as they whirl and spin in the vastness of space.<quoted text>
I suppose you coud argue it that way.
To me, agnosticism is purely a state of 'not knowing' what there is out there. While I accept the fact that there may or may not be a God, or an afterlife, i'm unable to commit to either idea because I don't have enough evidence to point me either way.
Personally, I think a majority of people who identify as athiests are actually agnostic, because athiesm in itself is a very devout belief that there is nothing afterwards, and I think everyone, no matter how firm they are in their beliefs, always have a nagging feeling at the back of their head; "what if i'm wrong?"
Science, not religion, has revealed this wonder of our natural universe to us, and speaking for myself, when I look at this awesome sight, I feel very small and humble indeed. I need no god to inspire such wonder.
Was it all created by a supreme being(s)? I very much doubt it.
However, I can accept the possibility that I could be wrong and maybe there is an omnipotent being(s) who created everything.
If there is such a being(s) then how arrogant and foolish is it for humans to claim it for their man-made religions! They want sole ownership of a supreme being(s) for their religion alone.
Any supreme being(s) is going to be far beyond the limits, petty jealousies and uneasy vanities that some men of faith claim it possesses.
Perhaps the supreme being(s)(if there is one) will favour the atheists for not labeling him as theirs or for carrying out all sorts of deeds in his name.