Austin Cline, has this to say about agnosticism, the "eminently reasonable" position put forth by Honshui.
"Many people who adopt the label of agnostic reject the label of atheist — there is a common perception that agnosticism is a more “reasonable” position while atheism is more “dogmatic,” ultimately indistinguishable from theism except in the details. This is not a valid position to adopt because it misrepresents or misunderstands everything involved: atheism, theism, agnosticism, and the nature of belief itself. It also happens to reinforce popular prejudice against atheists"
Austin was a Regional Director for the Council for Secular Humanism and a former Publicity Coordinator for the Campus Freethought Alliance. So it might be a good idea for Honshui and Fugle to read up a bit, so at least we can all be reading from the same page, and not having to constantly correct them on their sincere, but plainly wrong, assertions.
And that's, one to grow on.