If evolution points you to a Creator. Then you are a theistic evolutionist. Agnostic means that you don't know, period. Because the moment you take sides, is the very moment you are not agnostic. And the only side I see you take is all that supports evolution. And the only time you really speak about God or faith, is when someone pins you down about it.
1) How much of creation do you ponder, or believe? 1% maybe?
2) How much of science and it's theory of evolution do you believe? 95%?
This is what I get from your posts, I see a mind already made up. I do not see a mind that is in question about what the truth is. You have already decided. How do I know? I have debated all types for almost 5 years. I have only seen two actual agnostics. They do not debate anywhere near the way you do. And they do not debate like any other person I have ever seen.
A person who vitually knows everything about one side of the issue, but knows virtually nothing about the other side. Nor do they really want to know. Is not agnostic.
I think you are misunderstanding my responses let me clarify them. Evolutionary theory, in its present form, is the best and most logical way to explain our natural world though natural mechanisms, that I firmly believe. I also believe that sciences only deals with the natural world, and makes no judgment on the existence or non-existence of god, I see science is independent of faith, not to be bent by the will of faith, or the other way around, so in this instance, yes you may call me what you will, an "evolutionist," a "scientist", whatever.
But when I comes to religion, itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s an entirely separate realm, here, science canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t observe, canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t test, canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t falsify results. Science has no bearing, neither does evolution. Evolution is the explanation of natural selection from the moment life came into being (abiogenists is highly speculative, even in science circles, at least the mechanisms involved), until present. I believe that like science, it has no bearing or religion.
With that said, you might ask, "if you think faith has no bearing on science, then why are you against creationism?" because creationism, by definition, relies on the actions of god to create. Therefore it is religion intruding into science.
It also goes the other way, most atheists believe that science (more specifically evolution) is a firm disproof of the existence of god, this in fact, requires as much faith as any other religion, and you cannot impart naturalistic ideas and limitations on a supernatural being. Thus science intruding into religion.
So therefore, I am totally agnostic about the existence of a god, and we will most likely never know it to any degree of certainty.
I hope this helps