At the core of what it means to be agnostic is a stance that no one knows whether any sort of deity exists. Many would say that not only is it unknown, but it is ultimately unknowable — humans don’t have the knowledge or capacity or ability to know it. Exactly how or why it may be unknowable varies depending on the particular flavor of agnosticism. It is comparable to thinking about how many “right” versions of baptism or worship exist across various Christian churches.
I often wonder if I’m trending towards one type of agnosticism. I wonder if it’s true that everyone who is pursuing God in any kind of way is leaning that way. The more I try to learn, the more I think I understand, the thought that there is infinitely more to know becomes more and more solidified in my mind.