My friend says he has a magic sandwhich. He says it cure cancer.
I asked him why and he said he has a very old cookbook that says so, and because he gave it to a friend with cancer and he got better.
I told him i dont believe the cookbook and the chemo helped his friend.
He told me i am an anti-sandwicher and i belong to anti-sandwichism.
I told him i just dont believe his sandwhich is magical, he dont want to listen so I said yah, i am an anti-sandwhicher because i dont care about labels.
Now we argue if I am a true anti-sandwhicher or if i am just sandwhich-agnostic since i cant proove his sandwhich is not magical, and i will readily aknowledge there is a very remote posibility that it is magical and does cure cancer.
I want to ask you all this: is anti-sandwhichism a belief, a non-belief or an anti-belief? Are anti-sandwhichers who cant rule out magic sandwhiches for certain (that would be Dawkins and the rest of established science) really magic-sandwhich agnostics?
Bonus question: Why has labels become such a source of confusion amongst certain theists lately?