Men of strict dogma make the mistake of confusing the nature of man with the nature of God. Men of no dogma at all do the same thing, but with a very different point of view. Men of dogmas which relate a simple law of seeing God in man do not. These latter are not part of the discussion here, so we turn our focus on the former. Can you question the nature of man or God? Not with any authority. Why, then, do you squabble over making a question out of something you essentially cannot even understand? Let peace make such a question moot and you will have no way to not understand it, understanding being a function of internalizing the need to be right as love at work creating harmony where before was none, during a period of self-doubt. In understanding such an elemental dream as dogma as a half-hearted attempt to externalize the need to be right as demonically inspired judgment over another’s dream of harmonic living, a wall between you and your dream reality can begin to be nudged to the point of falling completely. The agnostic loves the dogma of demons yet sees darkness as benign, while the gnostic sees light everywhere. The more understanding one can integrate, the more one can see a slow disintegration of belief eroding the rigidity of dogmatic structures of thought, and the question of gnostic or agnostic demands no further discussion.