I’m an Anaturalist

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Daniel

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How many of us have heard the claim from naturalists: “Science says that all of reality can be accounted for by natural explanations” ?

Besides that fact that their claim is the fallacy of reification, I’m skeptical. Actually, I’m more than skeptical; I’m an anaturalist

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An anaturalist doesn’t make any positive claims; we simply lack a believe that natural forces can account for purpose, space, time, matter, logic, math, beauty, truth, induction, information, magnetism, nuclear forces, reason, stars, planets, comets, water, life, DNA code, biological sex, biological reproduction, consciousness, minds, morality, justice, hope, love, altruism or the scientific method.

Less broadly, anaturalism is a rejection of the belief that “nature-done-it”. Those who have faith that nature can generate, produce, cause-to-emerge, and substantiate foundational elements of reality can do that if they want, but let’s be honest…don’t call it science. It’s the religion of naturalism…

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    • Thank you. This made me smile, and my wife laughed a little and then went on a mini-rant about atheist arguments that contradict themselves. That made me happy, too.

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