Is it normal to think religious people know nothing about nature?

What does a spiritual person, a Catholic, a jew, a Luciferian, and even a Buddhist know about nature? It's all concerned with the paranormal, the supernatural, they know nothing about nature, and they know nothing about what's natural. Therefore hippies know nothing about nature: nature isn't religious except atheist or antitheist, it's not spiritual, it's not supernatural and it's not impossible, none of the rest of the religious people know about nature, they're concerned with being dead in the real world and magically waking up somewhere else, and of ghosts, angels, gods, magick, telekinesis, etc, Taoists are not natural, they're religious, and magicians are not natural, they're religious, a true nature lover isn't spiritual, spirituality is living in a fantasy world. But how do you explain me seeing Lucifer in everyone? It happens to be true, not everything is natural, however it's part of my nature. Is that normal?

Is It Normal?
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  • No. You think as religious or spiritual as if they were synonyms of stupid.

    Did you know that a priest suggested the Big Bang theory (not the crummy tv show) based on observation of receding galaxies?

    Did you know that fathers of quantum mechanics like Max Born or Heisenberg were christians? Are these brilliant men stupid for you? I think these men knew infinitely more about nature than you.

    I may also say by reading posts like this one (and its comments) that all people here are stupid. But i'm not dumb enough. You can't relate two completely different things, as different as day and night, and throw a stupid generalization.

    A buddhist may not be familiar with quantum mechanics, but won't make such mistakes based on agenda prejudices.

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  • Mostly correct.

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  • Yes Hans, religion is about unreal stuff.

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