I posted at the end of an entry (the only one :/) that I would remain skeptical even if Christ was to come down from the skies flanked by angels. It got me thinking, what would it take to make me believe in the supernatural. I wasn't always this skeptical. It has come from years of first pondering religion (Christianity), then finding religion to be inconsistent, just pondering god, until finally, I just found myself one day realizing that there is just not enough evidence to support such a grand claim. Since then I have read quite a bit of atheist literature, and found much of it to be quite in line with that realization. Are you sleeping yet? Yada yada, first I was....yada yada...finally, yada. Yes, I know, pretty boring stuff.
Anyhow, today I am very skeptical, especially of any claim regarding something supernatural. Really think about what that word means: supernatural. What would be supernatural. If fire-breathing dragons were real would they be supernatural? Nope. Psychics? Nope. Magic? Depends on how you define it. The problem is, if we find one of these "supernatural" phenomena to be true, then that would simply change our view of nature.
So, what could make me believe in a supernatural god (without simply using some natural technique to change my mind for me)? I think it would take something supernatural. Har har.
P.S. I also kept thinking about an old episode of Star Trek TNG that this thought always reminds me of. TNG fans probably already know, but for you uninitiated, it is called "the Devil's Due". Check it out if you can.