Originally Posted by ganstaman
It's quite easy. I believe that God exists, but I'm not sure, and I don't think we can ever know for sure. There, I just said it.
Here, you first note that you are not sure if God exists. This is fine, and this is in line with current scientific knowledge. However, your add-on sentence is purely a faith-based position as we also DO NOT KNOW whether we will ever be able to find out. You're claming that you do know. And your claim is that you know
that we will never
be able to find out.
Put simply, you're claiming that God's existence will be unknowable forever. The Agnosticism definition is not LIMITED
to this interpretation.
It can also be interpreted as - we do not know currently
if God's existence will forever be unknowable, but that we may
know some time in the future. The only thing we do know however, is that currently
God's existence is unknowable.