The Unexplained Explanation
To demonstrate that what a theist has faith in is real, they rely on first hand (subjective) accounts of experiences in their lives.
Being humans with fallible memories, and misperceptions in relation to transpired events, people can think something happened which may not have happened quite the way they remember it.
Or may have been in a subjective mindset at the time, which influenced the over-all perception.
Relying on these accounts, a common argument is that they experienced an event, or witnessed something that was seemingly inexplicable to them.
The perception can be altered by the brain state as time goes along, allowing them to convince themselves that something may have occurred, which really didn't [a 'Mental Chinese Whispers', if you will.]
This seemingly unexplained event, being just that, is attributed an explanation, simply because of inexplicable nature.
Eg. I can't how Uncle Bob was resuscitated, therefore 'God did it.'
The attributed explanation is based of something that is unexplained.
Without any means of repeating an event, attributing something to the unexplained is very irrational.
Also, with situations like this..
Seemingly naturalistic causes are overlooked, simply by the persons unwillingness to accept that their unexplained experience, cannot be so simple in nature.
Eg. I saw a quick flash of light outside my window at night; Therefore aliens!
In reality, it was a car driving by with high-beam lights on.
Explaining an 'unexplainable' event, is juvenile in nature [This should go without saying.]
Conclusions to something that you can't explain should be withheld, until there is something more substantial that would support your conclusion.
Seeking a supernatural explanation over a natural one, is also a child-based mindset.
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