"I am an agnostic who doesn't believe in fate, God, The Bible, Any afterlife, Zeus, The virgin birth, leprechauns, zombies, dracula, teleportation, levitation, out of body experiences, the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, the zodiac, santa claus, the easter bunny..."
My definition covers all that, it's concise. If an agnostic or an atheist CAN believe in any of those things, then what's the word for someone who DOESN'T believe in those things? I thought that was the point of the word, that you don't believe in stuff which doesn't have evidence?
Thank you, Richard, I was thinking the same thing. Agnostic should cover all you wrote and more. You shouldn't have to put any qualifier before agnostic. Just like you shouldn't have to say:
"I am a vegetarian who doesn't eat aardvarks, abalones, acorn worms, ... zebras, zebra mussels or zorillas. I don't eat their milk, eggs, sweat, blood, horns, hooves, skin, hair, excrement, bile... I don't eat them morning, noon or night. I don't eat them Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday. I don't eat them on New Years, Valentines, St. Patrick's ... Winter Solstice, Hanukka or Christmas. I don't eat them whether I'm happy or sad. I don't eat them in a house, or with a mouse. Ad nauseam
Agnostic=no knowledge of supernatural