in the image of someone else or otherwise. Yet you insist on repeating it.
If this the Science you want taught?
There are historical records of prophets making claims, there are first-hand accounts from people claiming to witness miracles, but that is another thing entirely.
Presupposing an "infinite Creator" (who also "came from nothing") doesn't get one any closer to an explanation than presupposing an "infinite Universe".
Life being generated from amino acids and lightning may be an infinitesimally low probability event, but it does not violate Laws of Physics. And remember there are countless billions of planets on which this low probability dance could play out.
Miracles, like those described in Genesis, are by definition, outside the Laws of Nature and therefore outside the realm of Science (whether true or not.)
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