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Agnostics: Rise Of The Religious Nones

People with no religious beliefs are called Agnostics and differ from atheists, who do not believe in God.

Agnosticism, first heard of in the 19th century, is a neutral position that does not deal with beliefs and non-beliefs. 

It is a stance taken by people who do not want to believe in anything religious, especially if it is imposed on them.

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