Suppose you believe in naturalism. Now, there are things that happen in the world explainable by natural laws. One can also conceive of events happening that are not explainable by current natural laws.
The question is two fold.
1.) Should any events explainable by current natural laws make you doubt naturalism?
The answer to this may seem obviously no but one can imagine situations where this doesn’t seem so intuitive. Think of an event that we consider improbable and meaningful such as one being able to have dreams that are predictively accurate every single time. This is still technically explainable through natural laws (I.e. chance) but many, I wager, would believe in some other force being the cause if enough correct dreams occurred and were measured.
2.) Should any events not explainable through natural laws make you doubt naturalism? For example, if your dead grandmother revived tomorrow and said that God did it, should you doubt naturalism, or should you assume that there is some sort of natural law (as opposed to God for example) that is causing this?