That conclusion is fine by me, because I'm a religious skeptic .
A skeptic might say that you're just asking them to package their positions into more religious language.
The most die-hard atheist or skeptic may suddenly find God when faced with an extreme suffering or danger.
He was different from the other skeptic that had questioned her before.
He is now an atheist and skeptic - although I fear he'll fall back into faith someday, given how sad he seems to find the idea of no afterlife.
But in general, I think we do ourselves a disservice as skeptics if we try to maintain that the only ‘pure’ skeptic is an atheist skeptic .
Such a skeptic denies we could know most of the things we take ourselves to know, because we cannot rule out the logical possibility that we are massively deceived about the world.
He is rather like me, a true skeptic whose passion for questioning emotionally held beliefs and outspokenness makes him many dangerous enemies.
We all know that the film is being turned into a movie, to satisfy all the religious sceptics who can't actually read.
Some skeptics also tend to lump all forms of religion in with irrationalism and superstition.