Most people (scientists included) treat the God question separate from all these other claims. They are right to do so as long as the particular claim in question cannot—even in principle—be examined by science. But what might that include?
Most religious claims are testable, such as prayer positively influencing healing. In this case, controlled experiments to date show no difference between prayed-for and not-prayed-for patients.
And beyond such controlled research, why does God only seem to heal illnesses that often go away on their own?
I wished to present a neat, simple and powerful five fingered death punch to the concept of the multiverse.
The multiverse is a mythological tale which some atheists accept when evidence contradicts their preferred theories/worldviews.
Here are the five point:
1) Presupposes Atheism
2) No Evidence
3) Atheist Supernaturalism
5) Proves God’s Existence
In Cosmology, Part I we considered various statements regarding the pre-Big-Bang scenario, statements which all but seek to disregard it as a scientific topic. Here we will consider instances of actually venturing into pre-Big-Bang speculation.