Well, if you mean that the stories are fictional, then, you may solve the problem. That's the only place where I have tiny doubts that maybe some religion could be true. If you ask me if young earth creationism is true, I'd say, it's false, with the same level of certainty that say, Australia exists because we can completely disregard its absurd claims in light of the evidence.@ SOT
First off, you sound more like an agnostic.
Now, if you are going to apply natural laws to supernatural events (e.g. miracles) then of course you are bound to discredit religion.
When I study religion (Abrahamic religions to be specific), I never concern myself whether they make sense in terms of natural laws! I compare them in terms of their 'religious' ideas only.
If you mean that the laws of nature can be broken, though, then you depart from the path which leads to truth, as we know it. It's still possible that God would ask us to do that, but I consider it an unreasonable demand on his part.
I'm agnostic atheist. I say atheist because I believe that there is no God. It's just a belief--a strong suspicion. Doubt in that belief makes me no less an atheist than doubt in Islam makes someone a non-muslim. Everyone has doubt. Of course, because I'm more honest than theists, I express stronger doubt because I know I have no proof that there is no God.
Religion could theoretically be true. But any random story I make up could be true. We do not have the luxury of believing arbitrary things. It could be true that if you don't sacrifice an animal every day to the God of the aliens that live in near Alpha Centauri, you go to hell and suffer eternal torment. It could be true. We just don't have the luxury of believing in it because we have no proof and no way to investigate it.
Yes, but that wasn't my point in giving the link, and some people do base their faith in Christianity on the supposed historical facts surrounding the resurrection of Jesus. My point is that under any normal circumstances, if someone told you something that violates the laws of physics, it would be reasonable to conjecture that they are either lying or mistaken. You might say it follows from belief in God that God can do miracles, but I don't see that that's necessary. There's nothing wrong with a God who cannot work miracles. Depends on what God.EDIT:
I just saw that video. It seems to claim that "miracles" is the reason why people can believe! How about all the theists in the world? They don't witness any miracles and yet they believe. And since you were a Muslim and I assume you read the Quran, then you should know this is exactly the Quran's argument as to why Muhammed didn't perform any miracles. Whoever wants to believe does NOT need a miracle and besides many of the people who witnessed miracles in the ancient times dismissed them as magic because they didn't want to believe, all these arguments for Muhammed's lack of miracles are in the Quran. Didn't you read it?