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See also: Atheism

Agnosticism is a philosophy whose adherents believe that the gods and their actions are ultimately unknowable, and that it is impossible to truly know which powers are divine (and thus worthy of worship and adoration) and which aren't. A person who believes this is known as an agnostic.1 Despite agnostics' ambivalence towards the divine, they are not creatures without moral convictions, and often follow a philosophy or pay lip service to a god that is in line with their personal moral compass.2 When agnostics die, Pharasma judges their souls against their own character without punishment, much as any other petitioner who does not have a pre-determined fate (such as animists or polytheists). They are then sent to a plane that most closely mirrors their own beliefs in life.34


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