Programmer / Writer
3. Experience (years)
More than 10
4. Do you believe in the super-natural (something beyond nature)? Why or why not?
There's no reason too, and the question is poorly phrased because in the case of something of such nature is proven to be real it becomes part of the natural realm, in other words, super-natural is always about you can't prove that exists, either in faith or quantum physics. But once you do, it becomes natural, it happened all along human history, take viruses and microbes as an example.
5. Would you do your work any differently if the super-natural was known to be real?
Hmm, if I were to get a previously known as unnatural ability I for sure would do things differently It's better definition of which specific unnatural are we talking about to measure its impact on my life.
6. Do you believe your field as a whole would be different if naturalism was known to be false?
As said, it can't be false, since as explained, if super natural reveals itself, then it starts being real and hence natural, and mostly the top subject of study ever, guaranteee
7. What type of evidence would be necessary to change your belief on naturalism? (for example, internal inconsistencies, logical fallacies, real-world application issues, evidentiary proof, experiential proof, etc.)
Evidence kills the concept of fairy tale, I mean of super natural.
8. If there was one point you would want those Christian apologists to know, it would be:
Nah, they do alright, I mean whatever that makes people to be together in peace is a good cause. In that aspect, it doesn't matter if whatever they believe or think is right if the resulting actions are beneficiary for the group.