So, am I missing something or is the rational person missing from the (a)gnostic grouping?
Agnostic - we dont if a god exists, because it's outside our comprehension
Gnostic - we know a god exists, because of the "evidence"
So, where is the scientific person represented in this?, i.e. there's nothing to suggest a god exists, but we'll look into if you have some evidence.
I don't believe in a god, I don't believe in alien, but sure as I'm typing this, if they exist I believe we could know about them. So can someone explain to me if I just step away from these definitions and, if so, how they fit in with a scientific, atheistic forum when both sides of the coin ascribe magic powers to deities
1 says he is omnipotent because he tells us, the other says he is too much for our feeble minds to comprehend.