Driver @108: Simply choosing to believe is to make an arbitrary choice without foundation.
That’s just silly. Choosing to believe is not the same as making an arbitrary choice without foundation.
HUH? Choosing to believe in ANY religious beliefs, or ID, or creation, is totally an arbitrary choice without foundation.
(Driver): We could simply choose to believe any explanation (natural or supernatural) we liked, unwarranted by facts.
We could, but why would we?
You tell me. After all, you believe in supernatural bullshit unwarranted by facts, mung-boi.
or is this a roundabout way of saying that people who believe in miracles do so without any factual basis?
I'll say it flat out: people who believe in miracles do so without any factual basis.
Or that people who believe in the supernatural do so without any basis in fact?
Yep, same bullshit.
Or that people who see something miraculous and attribute it to the supernatural do so without any reason for their belief?
Yep again, same bullshit.
You see what I mean when I say your post had no merit? It’s either false, or trivial, or a statement that no one has to accept the truth of.
You're talking to yourself, mungboi.
It is not a reasoned argument leading to a conclusion that ought to be accepted by a rational person.
You don't have a clue as to what a reasoned argument is, and you're far from being a rational person.
I obviously fail to see what Lizzie saw in it.
You obviously fail, period.