Agnosticism, Judgmentalism, and Faith.I just watched a documentary called "The God Who Wasn't There". It seemed very immature to me, but I have to admit that they guy does make a few decent points. (Overall, it just seemed like angst from bible camp.)I left the documentary with only one question. Why do most Christians look down on agnostics? To me, you can't truly have faith until you have doubted it and rediscovered it through deep thought and reason. I'm in the process of trying to find and understand my stance on faith, and I get the most judgmental looks from devout Christians when I explain to them where I am on my path of discovery. In the bible, Jesus says that anyone who doubts the existence of the holy spirit will be damned. I have a creeping feeling that this is a severe misinterpretation, or one of the many edits by the early Catholic church. If God is truly a loving god as people claim, why would he condemn people for seeking the truth? Would he rather us lie to ourselves? This seems very contradictory.In my
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