I read a book recently called Influx, by Daniel Suarez. In the book an AI character is talking to the protagonist, and the AI says that they have discovered that a portion of the human mind doesn’t exist in this universe, but is in fact extra-dimensional. Not just a random aspect but seemingly a core part of the mind.
I know the book is science fiction, but it got me thinking that it’s entirely possible the things that we describe as metaphysical or supernatural may actually make sense in a physical sense, but just not one that is knowable to we ourselves from our perspective and limited senses on this plane. Like, there might actually be a spirit or soul that is eternal, that is also connected somehow to our bodies and our minds, and the existence of it and our connection to it is actually something scientifically measurable and behaves in a way the makes scientific sense, just not to us here.
In other words, Arthur C. Clarke’s third law is “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” And I might extend that to say sufficiently advanced science is indistinguishable from miracles.
Albeit, not that God, who is the Great Scientist, is required to behave scientifically.