Posts Tagged ‘Supernatural’

Thought for the day: Wayne Rossiter on science, miracles, or a blend of both

From Wayne Rossiter, at Shadow of Oz: I simply reject this notion that the entire discussion can be cast in the framework of what is and what is not science, or what science can and cannot do. If a TEist believes in a supernatural Jesus, they’re not anti-science. But neither is a Christian who believes […]

The Perplexing Argument of Atheistic Materialism

rvb8, one of our regular self-described atheistic materialists, makes some pretty interesting assertions, considering he admits he is not a scientist: That is where you stumble, because chance and the interaction of forces and matter can explain it. I’m with Mr Dawkins there; 99% sure, and am quite happy for you to build faith upon […]

Atheists Believe “Truth” Has Magical Properties

At comment 60 in this thread about self-described atheistic materialists who want portray themselves as being moral yet having no basis by which to be moral in any objective sense, Seversky says in response: “However, it is a choice between able to be good in a way that actually means something and actually matters,…” to […]

Is It Possible to Measure Supernatural or Paranormal Phenomena?

Is it possible to measure supernatural or paranormal phenomena?

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Questions for Proponents of Methodological Naturalism

Earlier I posted some questions for critics of methodological by Dr. Joshua Swamidass. I plan on writing a response to Dr. Swamidass’s criticisms and questions, but for the moment I will offer my own questions to the proponents of Methodological Naturalism. I often get the feeling that “methodological naturalism” is often raised in modern times […]

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