Alex123 wrote:What is major difference between saying that this occurs due to Kamma and saying that it occurs due to God's will? Why do we believe one and not the other?
Who is the one asking this question, given that you use the pronoun "we"?
Alex123 wrote:Falsifiability is essential scientific criteria:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific ... l_criteria
And don't forget that you're taking this on faith.
Falsifiability may be an essential scientific criterium - but how exactly do scientific criteria relate to an actual person?
What reason do we have to believe that scientific criteria can adequately grasp the human experience and provide us with heuristics for achieving our goals, regardless of what those goals may be?
How can we verify rebirth? Can we objectively see person's stream of consciousness being reborn?
Traditionally, that may be possible if one has enough attainment.
Alex123 wrote:Ultimately it comes down to probability, occam's razor, evidence and "so what do we do?".
What do we do? We might ask ourselves why we put so much stock into having a belief that only a particular group of people would approve of.