By Jenn Smith
Jordan Peterson also says he is “agnostic” on Jesus rising from the dead, which again is just a way of saying he does not believe it — it is in essence a cowardly evasion of answering the question. He says, “well I can’t rule it out because I do not know the limits of human possibility,” but Jesus rising from the dead has NOTHING to do with human possibility, and him even saying that just confirms he does not get it or is deliberately avoiding it.
Those that say “knowledge of God is impossible,” have quite another argument, but even that is still saying that you do not believe — you are just adding the caveat that it is impossible to believe. It is bizarre how this word has been allowed to be used as a cop-out. It is used by people that do not want to admit they do not believe.
Although, I should say, for my own part, I do not believe in God — I know God exists.