3 thoughts on “Do You Believe In The Supernatural?”

  1. Absolutely not. I think there are things that science has not yet discovered and may never will. Also, people often pin supernatural forces to cases of simple coincidence as well as good and bad luck.

  2. Definition of supernatural from Merriam-Webster:
    1: of or relating to an order of existence beyond the visible observable universe
    especially : of or relating to God or a god, demigod, spirit, or devil
    2a: departing from what is usual or normal especially so as to appear to transcend the laws of nature
    b: attributed to an invisible agent (such as a ghost or spirit

    So yes, I believe in the supernatural, as do most people in the world.
    Two examples: Accounts of life after death and miracle cures that cannot be explained by science.

    I’m a Christian, or at least aspire to be one, so, by definition, I believe in the supernatural. I believe that Jesus Christ rose from the dead, and appeared to many witnesses. I’m also a Catholic, so I’ve read many stories from the Bible, as well as from the lives of the Saints. While some Saints are legends dating back to the early church, now the Catholic church ordinarily requires at least two miracles before it recognizes someone as a Saint.

  3. I’ve seen and heard enough that I think there’s something to beliefs in what people consider supernatural. Some of it may just be things science hasn’t explained yet, but one day will. But when you dig into quantum physics and the like, science more or less breaks down anyway!

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