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The Which-Way experiment is an overwhelming direct evidence.
Then, since God, by definition, CANNOT lie
How do you explain the fact that every time ( thousand times) you do a Which-Way experiment with a polarizer placed in front of the detector, you always get an interference pattern?
Quote from: Hal on 09/12/2020 07:25:23How do you explain the fact that every time ( thousand times) you do a Which-Way experiment with a polarizer placed in front of the detector, you always get an interference pattern?Have you done the experiment?
Quote from: Hal on 09/12/2020 12:44:25The Which-Way experiment is an overwhelming direct evidence. It's very clearly not.If it was even "fairly good" proof, then people would accept it.We don't.
Our prejudices always get in the way of rational thinking.
Quote from: Hal on 09/12/2020 05:54:07 Then, since God, by definition, CANNOT lieWhose definition is that? In many religious books, god lied many times.In your case, it makes your god not omnipotent.
The problem is that when people think about religion they don't try to apply at least some level of rigor as they do to physics/science. This is because they think that religion is ridiculous and is not worth thinking about. They reject religion outright. I think this attitude has its roots in the fact that religion has been misrepresented in many ways for centuries.
Can you mention just one instance when God 'lied' ?
The Old Testament and New Testament of the Bible both contain statements that God cannot lie and that lying is immoral (Num. 23:19, Hab. 2:3, Heb. 6:13Ė18). Nevertheless, there are examples of God deliberately causing enemies to become disorientated and confused, in order to provide victory (2 Thess. 2:11; 1 Kings 22:23; Ezek. 14:9).