A humerous comment below from a post… give it a little read.
It really isn’t. A mother would not want her son to be punished as the emotional ties between mother and son are so strong, she would also suffer as a result. I have a good relationship with common sense, but also facts. If a miracle has proof to back it up, I would accept it. If there is evidence, it has my support!
I would not suffer the same emotional fate and resulting bias that a mother would have towards her son as I do not need to. The reason I am reluctant to believe in miracles is because they do not happen. Suck it up.
Events do occur that seemingly go against all probability and our understanding, this doesn’t mean that it occurred thanks to divine intervention. It simply demonstrates that life is unpredictable and in the huge expanse of time within the universe, wouldn’t it be weirder if these anomalies never occurred at all?
The only bias that is seen during a miracle claim is from the believer, the stakes are much higher for them. Like a mother reluctant to punish her own child a believer loses something if they lose the argument. The respect and reputation of their belief.