Possibilianism vs agnosticism? Possiblianism is a philosophy which rejects both the idiosyncratic claims of traditional theism and the positions of certainty in atheism in favor of a middle, exploratory ground. I wonder who has heard of it and what your thoughts are? Here are some links to get you going.
The problem with agnosticism is that they claim that there is no proof whether god exists or not, and the chances are 50/50. There might or might not be $1 million under my pillow when I return home, however, the proposition does not have a 50/50 probability. The presence of a god is an unprovable proposition, but the chances of there being one are vanishingly small. To pretend otherwise is disengenuous.
Does "possibilianism", like theism, atheism and agnosticism, require the belief that "God" and "Allah" are possibly meaningful words that can be used meaningfully in a sentence? I am a theological noncognitivist and am unable to believe that "God" and "Allah" are meaningful words. That's because I am unable to conjure up any mental image of anything they could refer to. If you or anybody else on here claims to be able to have a mental concept for "God" and "Allah", then I request that you please describe such concept to me so that I can have it too. Thanks.
As @atheist said, possibilian should not be confused with probabilian. Just because something is remotely possible does not give it veracity.
The personal Gods of Christianity or Islamic faith can be strictly be ruled out by scientiffic evidence. Impersonal gods of the Hindu, Buddhist, or Chineese regional religions cannot.