Anything you can attribute to a god, science can find the real cause of. If it's an attainable goal, science will eventually figure it out. If we can't find the answers, after looking for a long time, we don't just say goddidit. This is illogical. It is far better to be ignorant than wrong.<quoted text>
All personal experiences are reproducible, huh? That's an interesting statement.
I work as a chemical analyst. Even in the lab, we occasionally run into an instance where something happens, we get an unusual result, and it isn't reproducible (largely because we cannot track down what caused them). It happens. Sometimes, things simply aren't reproducible.
In ones personal life, particularly in certain matters, many experiences are not reproducible. It is left up to ones interpretation and personal conclusion. However, the argument here is that my conclusion must be wrong because my experiences aren't reproducible. All I have argued is that this is illogical.
You are assuming that I start with an answer.
What are your religious beliefs? Did you divulge that information already?