Ignosticism

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Ignosticism is the view that the question of the existence of "[[God]]" is meaningless because it has no testable (verifiable or falsifiable) [[hypothesis|hypotheses]] or [[evidence]] and should therefore be ignored.
 
Ignosticism is the view that the question of the existence of "[[God]]" is meaningless because it has no testable (verifiable or falsifiable) [[hypothesis|hypotheses]] or [[evidence]] and should therefore be ignored.
  
 
The term was coined by Rabbi Sherwin Wine, founder of the Society for [[Humanistic]] [[Judaism]].
 
The term was coined by Rabbi Sherwin Wine, founder of the Society for [[Humanistic]] [[Judaism]].

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Ignosticism is the view that the question of the existence of "God" is meaningless because it has no testable (verifiable or falsifiable) hypotheses or evidence and should therefore be ignored.

The term was coined by Rabbi Sherwin Wine, founder of the Society for Humanistic Judaism.

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