Discussion in 'Human Science' started by arauca, Nov 15, 2011.
They would be wrong, both on the existence of miracles and the notion that this is evidence of God.
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Well I'm going to fake believe in cthulhu, I don't really believe but its fun messing with people, and I have friends that think its fun too, we are all going to worship Cthulhu for kicks, does that not achieve what this study says?
Yes, evidence of:
fallacious or delusional thinking
actual delusions such as hallucinations, voices and visions, such as in psychotic episodes
ideas arising from superstitious belief
seemingly mysterious events, explainable by laws of nature
uncorrelated events that the observer construes to be correlated
any random or mysterious event that the observer associates with divine intervention or power
Oh, I wasn't speaking to why I've become agnostic/atheist. There is an accumulation of reasons for that.
Actually, a "miracle" could be used as evidence for a religion if it's shown that alternative natural explanations are impossible or unlikely.
Books and Religious scripture are some of the most misunderstood items in human creation and that is their purpose. To flat out deny there is a God is incredibly ignorant when the meaning of "God" is convoluted and as far as any of us know, apart from maybe the Pope, impossible to discern.
The perception of an ideal be it a figure(s) or belief that holds a sense of purpose or reason is a perfect way of gathering the ignorants and intellectuals together alike and join the debate for the future of the world, there is a perfect future in many peoples eye's. However as an atheist you are a fucking renegade, an opt out, an amoeba, make a God damn religion of your own, leave your job, stop fueling a machine that you in no way support except to fund your selfish desires, freedom is a choice but lack of hope is less than human.
I believe in a mix of spirituality and science, we are forever.
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