A materialist believes that all phenomena can be explained based on physical matter and that nothing else exists. Materialists reject any unseen forces, intelligent design, miracles, or anything spiritual.
Examples of beliefs of materialists are:
- gravitons, never detected for nearly a century
- dark matter, never seen but believed to comprise most of the universe
- black holes, impossible to see but popular in science magazines
- magnetic theories to attempt to explain remarkable homing powers
In colloquial terms, a materialist is someone obsessed with money at the expense of other aspects of life, such as love or faith.
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