Yes, I do accept the possibility that I may be wrong. I think it's highly unlikely but nevertheless, I can't rule it out entirely.<quoted text>
Well ,Let me make sure I understand you correctly ,you believe that
the probability of a God or Gods existence is highly improbable , on the other hand , you accept the possibility that maybe you could be wrong and that there may be a cosmic mega being.
These are views that you can neither prove nor disprove , either factually or by any personal experiences that you may have had along those lines.
Therefore they are be based on your Faith.
Any reason why your condition should not be considered as doublemindedness?
Insofar as explanations provided by Science , they've confirmed Genesis , that the Universe was created ,not eternal ,that man was formed from the dust of the ground.
What Science has been unable to explain is how ,what or whom caused these events to occur.
They are struggling mightily to prove they were caused by natural events ,and that probability is pointing to it being an impossibility.
And they should not stop their search , as it seems they may ultimately prove the total accuracy of the Biblical version of creation
I mean, how hypocritical would it be if I insisted that I was 100% sure I was right and that everyone else was wrong?
And yes, my views can't be proven or disproven. However, I am also extremely confident that we live in a natural world. Not one where magic reigns and humanity is beset by demons. There is no evidence that our reality is anything other than natural so I fail to see the need to invent a supernatural world.
Science doesn't prove anything, least of all one of the many creation myths. The what/whom are just imaginary. If that imaginary being of yours came out of hiding then perhaps science could explain.
One thing's for sure, science is gradually reducing his hiding places:
People used to think he lived on clouds, in a volcano, in the sea, under the earth, etc. Maybe he's hiding in the cupboard under my stairs - I'll go take a look.