You've accused me of having a "closed mind", because you've noticed that I have a well-considered position on Christianity. You seem to imply that you do NOT have a closed mind, as evidenced by the fact that you considered Christianity's claims openly, and accepted them. I put it to you that if either of us has a closed mind, it is in fact you.
If you believed, or went in with an "open mind", to every text, ancient and modern, that made miracle claims, your head would not remain screwed on to your body.
Please don't lecture me about prejudging ancient, self-contradictory miracle accounts, when I'm 99% certain that you haven't done a thorough investigation into either Sattya Sai Baba's miracles, those of Mohammad, nor new age claims of having accomplished telepathy, remote healing/psychic surgery, or past life regressions.
It quite clearly ISN'T a case of approaching the bible with a closed mind. Having latched onto Christianity, your mind is almost certainly more closed than mine to an enormous spectrum of miracle and supernatural claims. As soon as anyone from another religion or 'philosophy' makes a miracle claim, you're inclined to instantly discount it without as much as a cursory investigation, because of what your faith tells you about who is and isn't capable of performing miracles. By definition, I can be more open-minded to the claims of competing world views than you. You're committed, I'm not.
I was open minded enough to consider, whilst being a bible-thumping Christian, that I was heading in the wrong direction, and slowly, year after year, coming to the realisation that I could be wrong about the whole thing. It hurt, terribly, to lose my faith. I did everything I could to keep the doubts at bay, and I felt such anguish when I saw my fellow believers enjoying and expressing their faith, because I was increasingly unable to. And ever since I did finally lose my faith, and began telling people why, I've been being told by Christians that I'm closed minded because I won't consider their nonsense claims without skepticism.