Really? The dude with the theory that "an invisible sky man did it" is telling ME that my fact based and highly probably hypothesis is an exceptionally long stretch? Really? REALLLY?!!?!
What is wrong with you? How could any functioning mind make that statement in your position. I give you approximately .00001% chance of not being irreversibly brainwashed. It's freakin sad.
What? NO. But I can easily, and logically, conclude that you have NO idea what logic actually is.Now,can I LOGICALLY conclude,based on your explanation,that these events have no other explanation,other than the one you gave. Logically means-According to logical reasoning?
You were asking for a logical explanation. Not an absolutely refutable, 100% unquestionable, THIS IS HOW IT HAPPENED explanation. A logical explanation. I gave you not only a logical explanation, but a LIKELY one. And one based solely on fact. Sure, it's possible that there are other logical explanations. I don't claim to be aware of all facts in the case. But no matter what, your completely illogical, completely nonfactual, and almost infinitely improbable explanation is not better.
Do you get it?
Again, you have almost no understanding of what logic is. Logic leads you DIRECTLY to labeling those things as coincidence. Coincidence plus human nature. That IS the logical explanation.Now ,here was the dilemna I faced, These events could all be a coincident,which I could not logically explain
However,the events that took place,wether by coincidence or design,led to my finding my dog..
And one of those events included my praying to a GOD that I did not believe in.
NOT "my sky daddy did it!". That is NOT logical.
And your praying, as science can demonstrate, was nothing other than an internal dialogue that influenced nothing outside of the neurons inside your head. It had no influence on the occurrences of that day. Logic demands that you do not try to force it into the equation.
No, the question does not arise. Unless we are being irrational, illogical, unscientific, etc., that never crosses our mind.Now,the question arises,were the results based on a coincidence,or,If God really existed,was he somehow responsible for the results,
I already told you how it could have happened.Something or someone caused this lady to act the way she did, Now I was very curious as to how or whom had caused this series of events.
From this point, your post goes straight off the rails. There is no logical way to get from the things we are discussing to "now I'll read the Bible". None.
You are completely unable to employ logic here. You are clinging to your presuppositions and feebly swatting at anything else. You are making NO sense. I did what I could, as nicely as I could, to try to help you understand how there are ways that it all could have happened without adding any imaginary beings, but you'll have none of it.
Now, I've soundly refuted all of your follow on arguments, and I'm quite confident that you'll have none of it. I'll just leave it all up here so that maybe somebody else that isn't so far gone can realize that "this is hard for me to understand" doesn't immediately lead to "GOD DONE IT!!!". And so all of the people claiming that you were insane or a waste of time (or whatever) can gloat and say "I told you so".