For awhile I've called myself a "Born-Again Agnostist", but now I'm wondering if I might also be an "Apatheist"??
Here is part of the definition from Wikipedia.
"Apathetic agnosticism (also called Pragmatic agnosticism)—the view that there is no proof of either the existence or nonexistence of God or gods, but since any God or gods that may exist appear unconcerned for the universe or the welfare of its inhabitants, the question is largely academic anyway."
"The eighteenth century French philosopher Denis Diderot, when accused of being an atheist, replied that he simply did not care whether God existed or not. In response to Voltaire, he wrote:
It is very important not to mistake hemlock for parsley; but not at all so to believe or not in God.
Jonathan Rauch described apatheism as "a disinclination to care all that much about one's own religion and even a stronger disinclination to care about other people's"."
I googled "Apatheists" and came up with a ton of hits. Until today I had never even seen the word before, so who knew, it might even be a movement. It started off when I was looking at an article about how less people say they are religious.