narsil wrote:not to sound elitist, like those people that travel the world always do, but... you really gotta get out of our country and our culture if you want your belief on this challenged. I treated them with much more incredulity before I went into the Middle East and South America, I don't know that it proves anything, but if you've only ever experienced a 1st world culture and society and you are willing to believe that should give you light into all truths, then I don't hold it against anyone when they don't believe in miracles, of course you wouldn't, you have very little evidence to the contrary.
and for my last point, I think science is inadequate for this question really. let's say that something odd happens, science can quickly fit that into the unexplainable natural causes category, I mean science by definition takes in any observed data and wraps a theory and category tag around it. so if you saw it happen, it's not a miracle anymore. perhaps that's an unfair accusation, but it just seems to be the case.
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