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The rejection of scientific evidence in an attempt to defend superstitious beliefs, has nothing to do with "science being out of its element" and everything with psychological defense mechanisms in people who are emotionally attached to their a priori beliefs.I believe that is because science is out of its element and tends to go bonkers with concepts it is not equipped to deal with.
Spiritual proofs are not like the proof we get from facts, but they are proof to the person has the spiritual experience.
Yes, they are subjective.In other words, subjective things that are indistinguishable from imagination.
To call that "proof" (of any kind) is a serious rape of that word.