The Rarity or Probability of a Miracle | The Story of God

Professor Danny Oppenheimer discusses how to define a miracle.
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  1. The probability of one (1) functional protein chain made of 150 amino acids forming by 'chance' (i.e. per Darwinism) is 1 / 10 ^ 77. Learn more at Lord-Jesus-Christ com

  2. Rather than asking who is God, we should ask what is god?
    There are no gods there are creators, we have given a generic name to creators by calling them God.
    Who are creators?
    Creators are pure perfect energy which has no shape no beginning no end, nothing.
    Which is everything yet nothing.
    humans tend to give structure and shapes to everything so we have given them the shapes of our material gods.
    I firmly believe in Krishna, to me he is not god. To me he is the mirror image of creators i worship that pure energy but since it doesnt have any shape i love to see it as Krishna

  3. i suppose for something to be considered miracle is to find something that has 100% chance of failure and to have it happened anyway.  like a person slowly piecing himself back together after getting blown up.

  4. Perhaps giving an example of an actual documented miracle would help the discussion. Personal testimony that would be immediately discounted by every competing religion (in the same way the testimony giver discounts all competing religions miracle claims) does not count. 😛

  5. God exists. Allah in Arabic, the one and only God. Follow the final messenger and get treated like a king or follow your desires and remember that do NOT regret afterwards, please do not regret. Make your mind up now.

  6. Miracles would have no chance of happening without the direct intervention of a divine power. That's the entire point of a miracle. Making the impossible, possible.

    It's no surprise these things don't ever happen or are conveniently never recorded.

  7. Life itself is a miracle. Even Charles Darwin believed that life is too complex to be the result of unguided evolution according to Neil DeGrasse Tyson about halfway through the second episode of Cosmos

  8. I don't understand all the hate these videos are getting. Sure, god is not real and religion is a bunch of nonsense. Isn't still interesting to study religion as seen from the eyes of believers, as a cultural and anthropological phenomenon? NatGeo has been covering these sort of things for ages. It's an extremely fascinating topic.

  9. SO when something good happens, It's a miracle, When something bad happens, it's God's plan (So god is evil, or he wouldn't make something bad part of his plan) SMH FFS

  10. I wonder if it's possible to be a Deist and a Muslim? Because I'm Muslim and I consider myself a Deist also. I really like the teachings and philosophy of Ibn Rushd.

  11. So its a miracle when a person survives a car crash but how is miraculous that we have billions of people who can't eat everyday? Millions in the US. Sorry but just because something rare happens doesn't mean your special. Sounds more like arrogance.

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