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"Do miracles (please state which ones) prove that God exists?" Miracles are an evidence of God. Proof would preclude faith. Without faith it would not be Christianity. So, miracles are not proof of God. As stated in Hebrews 11:6 "And without faith it is impossible to please him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that he exists and that he ...


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While all things denote there is a God, miracles do not prove His existence. God's miracles and wonders and blessings can all help us increase our faith and can build up our own personal witness of God's existence. However the only thing that can give anyone a sure knowledge of the truth is a personal witness through the Holy Ghost. When He speaks to our ...


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There is no one unique answer to this question. The Saints are given to the Church so that the many may have examples to follow. In addition to this, the number of martyrs beatified and/or canonized by Pope John Paul II is staggering. The first saints of the Early Church were all martyrs. Martyrdom was an exceptional way of being united to Jesus on the ...


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The word "miracle" comes from a Latin word which might be translated more directly as "wonder". It's a thing which causes you to be amazed. In this broader sense, yes, both the atheist and the centurion can be said to have experienced something miraculous. There are four words in the Greek of the New Testament that give a more Christian nuance to the idea ...



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