I remember my dad telling me story about how his dad, a Mexican immigrant, had come to the United States to work. When he returned to Mexico he brought back a radio with him. His friends and neighbors saw the radio (this happened in an old farm village with about 500 people area) they, hardcore Catholics, explained it as with craft and figured that it most be the devils work, how could there be people taking in a small box? This must have happened between the 30’s and 50’s I’m not sure on that.
Basically the point of the story is, if Christians are gullible enough the bible they will probably believe in that too, except todays people are more technologically advance so they know that is silly, yet they STILL won’t let go of the bible.
Nope, mine’s just made of slow.
Only if they get a virus – this is in fact demon possession!
Only if you’re living in the dark ages.
science = a name we give to things we usually understand
witchcraft = a name given to things we usually do not understand
computers = we understand (at least some people do…)
so computers = made by science discoveries
No. They are made out of metal, silicon, lead, plastic and various other materials. No witchcraft involved.
Ehmmmmm……………….no, computers are not the product of witchcraft but they are a product of humans using their powers of intellect and harnessing electricity to do so
No, they’re made of electronic components
Nope. I took mine apart and found no witches or anything.
This may be of interest to you, pretty hard to blame Newfoundlanders for this one. I doubt they would know where to find it.
they’re made out of magnets
Of course not. They appear to undergo evolution without being able to reproduce. But there complexity is so profound that they had to be made by an all-powerful and all-wise loving god who sent his only begotten son to die on the cross and redeem mankind.
Therefore, computers run on love.
yes and magical pixie dust…
No – silica, metal, rare conductive metals etc.
witchcraft and black magic
not at all.
“any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic”