Friday, February 29, 2008

Agnostic Resources On The Internet

Agnostic Resources On The Internet Cover Many Agnostics contribute to the Atheist, freethinker and secular sites. Some resources are:
- The website has a group of essays on Agnosticism at:

- Agnostic church describes their web site as "the net's premier Agnostic Ezine & resource site." See: mirrored at . Unfortunately, as of the end of 2009, this website is offline.

- A critical Agnostic Review of Christianity examines and evaluates "... fundamentalist Christianity and the claims it makes about the Bible and the nature of the universe." See:

- Agnostic Web features "An Agnostic's Brief Guide to the Universe" at: It can be downloaded as a PDF file at:

- Thomas Huxley and the Coining of Agnostic is described at:

- The Internet Infidels has a great deal of material on Agnosticism. You can find it by using their internal search engines.
- The Secular Web at:

- The Freethought & Rationalism Discussion Board (formerly the Internet Infidels Discussion Board) is at:

- Their Kiosk containing popular essays at:

- Their library at: See, for example:

- A talk by Clarence Darrow in which he explained why he was not a Christian at:

- Notes from a debate on the existence of God between Dr. D.M. Jesseph from NC State and Dr. W.L. Craig of Campus Crusade for Christ, 1996 at:

- A 1896 talk by Robert G. Ingersoll titled "Why I am an Agnostic" is at:

- "Agnostics," a rather intolerant essay by the late Madalyn Murray O'Hair is at:

- H.J. Blackham's 1981 essay: "What is Agnosticism?" is at:

- The Catholic Encyclopedia attempts to refute Agnosticism and gives the Roman Catholic Church's position on Agnosticism. See:

- A famous essay by Bertrand Russell titled "What is an Agnostic" is online at:

- The Universal Church Triumphant of the Apathetic Agnostic delivers a sometimes light-hearted view of Agnosticism. See:

- You Tube has a listing of over 17.000 videos on Agnosticism. See:

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