One who instinctively, or habitually, doubts, questions, or disagrees with assertions or generally accepted conclusions. Also spelled as skeptic.

There will always be sceptics, until they are ready to receive the kind of knowledge that will enable them to advance. The pursuit of knowledge must always be one of the primary aims of all intelligent human beings. Otherwise, superstition, prejudice, intolerance, bigotry would become rife if there is no demand for knowledge to counter this and to force its retreat.

There is never an answer for the sceptic. Metaphysics and spiritualism is not a theological subject and open to debate in which points are scored. It is a spiritual process in which awareness has to come to individuals, and is what the whole purpose of life is about.

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