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Everyday I see people claiming otherwise, they see things that they can’t explain and automatically assume it’s a miracle, specifically with so called medical miracles where a patients tumuor randomly disappears, or when a heart pumps when there’s no hope left, that’s not a miracle, there’s a scientific explanation behind it, an explanation we don’t know, yet.

Miracles are an invention to make human beings sugar coated to the fact that sometimes there really is no hope.
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Everyday I see people claiming otherwise, they see things that they can’t explain and automatically assume it’s a miracle, specifically with so called medical miracles where a patients tumuor randomly disappears, or when a heart pumps when there’s no hope left, that’s not a miracle, there’s a scientific explanation behind it, an explanation we don’t know, yet.

Miracles are an invention to make human beings sugar coated to the fact that sometimes there really is no hope.
Why believe in science and proven information when you can believe in a magical sky fairy that makes everything ok and that there's somewhere nice after you die?
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Why believe in science and proven information when you can believe in a magical sky fairy that makes everything ok and that there's somewhere nice after you die?
Yh tell me about it
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Why believe in science and proven information when you can believe in a magical sky fairy that makes everything ok and that there's somewhere nice after you die?
better yet you could take those ideas from a random book written a couple thousand years ago!
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better yet you could take those ideas from a random book written a couple thousand years ago!
By a bunch of random people with varying levels of education!
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It shocks me how people still believe in this nonesense, a stick split the sea in half to save slaves working for Rameses II, tell me, where were these ‘miracles’ during the holocaust, guess God took a nap on that one
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This is an everyday issue?
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
Everyday I see people claiming otherwise, they see things that they can’t explain and automatically assume it’s a miracle, specifically with so called medical miracles where a patients tumuor randomly disappears, or when a heart pumps when there’s no hope left, that’s not a miracle, there’s a scientific explanation behind it, an explanation we don’t know, yet.

Miracles are an invention to make human beings sugar coated to the fact that sometimes there really is no hope.
Whatever makes people more comfortable, is fine. There are times where I wish I could believe in God or in miracles - It makes the reality of death with nothing beyond it less, consuming.
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(Original post by Oneiropólos)
Everyday I see people claiming otherwise, they see things that they can’t explain and automatically assume it’s a miracle, specifically with so called medical miracles where a patients tumuor randomly disappears, or when a heart pumps when there’s no hope left, that’s not a miracle, there’s a scientific explanation behind it, an explanation we don’t know, yet.

Miracles are an invention to make human beings sugar coated to the fact that sometimes there really is no hope.
I believe they just call it a miracle. They know its not something that has just happened for no reason. Most people call it a miracle as they don't know what else to call it. It's like luck. They are just hypothesis that we can't prove yet.
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