A home for all Agnostics, Unitarians, Freethinkers,
Humanists, Pantheists and other free spirits in
To join, to read our messages and discussion, and for
our most recent postings, see the Bicol Agnostics Yahoo
Apathetic Agnostics try to live up to our credo,
"We don't know and we don't care".
This refers to belief in the existence of a personal
deity (a person or persons in the psychological sense,
a god or gods created in the image of humans). While
many of us would go beyond this to denying the
possibility of a god who is the omnipotent creator
of the universe who also allows the suffering in this
world, or an infinite divinity who is petty and jealous
and will only save those who subscribe to one of many
belief systems, condemning all others to eternal
punishment, we are not quite ready to deny the
possibility of any spiritual or psychic being greater
Apathetic Agnosticism comes from the Greek, 'a pathos'
(without concern or feeling) and 'a gnosis' (without
knowledge). Of course there are millions of apathetic
agnostics in the world, but the very nature of our
beliefs causes most of us not to feel impelled to take
a stand on the issue or join a group. Some of us who
find ourselves bombarded with Theistic entreaties or
evangelism feel a need to have a position to fall back
on and a support group of kindred spirits. Such is
our Church, a place for renewal and support for
Agnostics, Pantheists, Unitarians, Universalists,
Humanists, Ethical Culturalists, Nontheists, Atheists,
and other Freethinkers. Bicol is the southeastern
region of Luzon, the main island of the Philippines.
Our headquarters is located in Legazpi City, the
capital of Albay Province and the whole Bicol Region.
Please contact me if you want to join our group or if you want more information.
Mike Nassau, M.A.S., Minister
email@example.com March 20, 2003
Personal webpage of Mike Nassau: http://mikenassau.freehomepage.com/index.html
The Universal Church Triumphant of the Apathetic Agnostic
This is the website for the international organization of Apathetic Agnostics,
our mother church. The site was prepared by and is maintained by our Patriarch,
John Tyrrell, in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. Do visit it to enjoy his lively
wit as well as information on Agnosticism. Free ordination and a "Bachelor of
Adequacy" is offered along with other degrees such as the M.A.S. (Master of
World Pantheist Movement. (http://www.pantheism.net/) Scientific Pantheism is the
belief that God is the totality of existence, the Universe and its order, Nature itself.
Unitarian Universalist Association (http://www.uua.org/)
American Ethical Union. (http://www.aeu.org/) The Ethical Culture Society movement
stresses moral, responsible behavior, caring for others, without making it dependent
on an anthropomorphic deity.
Atheist Agnostic Organization (http://www.uiuc.edu/ro/AAO/)
American Humanist Association. ( http://www.humanist.net ) A leading voice in the
stuggle for freedom of religion and conscience in America.
International Humanist and Ethical Union. (http://www.iheu.org/) International
organization supporting the ideal of ethical, responsible behavior based on rational
Freethought Ring A Webring with 521 sites for Freethinkers, those who wish
to think for themselves, not accept authority as infallible.
Open Directory links for Agnosticism
Philippine Nontheists Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Philippine-Nontheists/
Danny's Skeptic Resource List http://dannybhoy1.tripod.com/index.htm
Atheist Alliance http://www.atheistalliance.org/
The Secular Web http://www.infidels.org/index.shtml
Zero Population Growth - Philippines http://www.geocities.com/benign0/solution/zpg.html
Planned Parenthood Federation of America
International Planned Parenthood Federation
THE EXISTENCE OF GOD (from a Unitarian sermon) Ultimately nothing can prove or disprove
the existence of God. Believing in God remains what it has always been: an act of
faith. Whatever God is, whatever is the source of morality and existential being is
beyond the logical mind, it remains uncircumscribable. But that’s okay - there’s
plenty to occupy us in the here and now. So we might have lost track but the
train arrives at the station somehow regardless. Don’t worry so much about whether
there is a God or not. Whatever God is - if at all - it is beyond our comprehension.
Do what is right, do what is just and do what is loving and you’ll be blest. If it
can help you become more loving and just then, by all means believe in God. If it
hinders you in becoming loving, then just drop it. Whether there is or isn’t a God
doesn’t matter an iota compared to how well you live your life and the goodness you
can share. So be it.
DO NOT BELIEVE BIBLE QUR’AN OR POPE.
THINK FOR YOURSELF!