Talk:Religious skepticism

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I didn't make any edits but wanted to pose the question, how would you be a skeptical and not be an atheist? It seems like skepticism's consequence is necessarily atheism, and, were I to draw a ven diagram, skeptics would have a circle entirely encompassed by the circle that atheists get.

There is the option of being an agnostic. (And there is a difference.) Waluigi Freak 99 00:22, 18 June 2007 (UTC)
Skepticism is subjective. For example I'm skeptical about some things but I'm not an atheist.

Sioraf (talk) 22:33, 6 February 2009 (UTC)