Can atheists and agnostics believe in God?
Of course, the possibility of atheists and agnostics believing in God must come through new knowledge with which they have not yet come into contact.
And this is precisely the case with the model of a mind that imagines the universe, given its ability to explain all observations of nature.
In the case of agnostics, believing that God exists and is a mind that imagines the universe may not be a problem as much as a solution to their doubts.
A more complex case is that of atheists since they believe they already possess sufficient knowledge not to believe in the existence of God.
This implies that atheists may have resistance to accepting knowledge that went in precisely the opposite direction.
And yet where atheists were not guided by a dogmatic attitude marked by denying the existence of God at all costs, they will also have the opportunity to reconsider themselves in this regard.