One of the reasons I find atheists less credible thinkers than the religious is because the religious are more open minded. When I say more open minded, I mean more willing to look at ALL evidence, regardless of the source, where atheists omit certain types of evidence because it doesn’t fit their narrow definition of science.
Peter Burfeind sums up this thought well in Aliens Don’t Exist, But They Tell Us A Lot About Atheists.
The “Occam’s Razor” answer science excludes but that actually faces the evidence is “We have no evidence of aliens because they weren’t created.” Exclusion of even contemplating this answer betrays a huge epistemic blind spot in the premises of science, at least among its modern defenders.
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