Perhaps this has been linked here before. If that's the case, I'm sorry. However, new people join, others miss things, some forget, so I thought it was worth posting, especially since this issue comes up from time to time and some here have never worked it out or are in the process of trying to do so. The interview, from 4 years ago, is with a chap from Princeton who is very well-published in New Testament studies (Dale C. Allison) and is from a "Christian agnostic" blog (of Steven Jake, a high school math teacher). What is "Christian agnostic" supposed to mean? The blogger says:
"I feel drawn to the Christian message, and I feel that in Christianity religion reaches its maturity in the person of Jesus; yet, I also feel that some of Christian doctrine is vague, wrong-headed, implausible and perhaps even wrong. Therefore, I am perfectly fine with saying, "I do not see the evidence for doctrine such and such, so I will abstain from believing it"; and this is where Christian Agnosticism finds it's home."
Since that is now "cleared up" (?!), here's the interview: