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When is it rationally justified for a Christian to say that an anomalous event that has taken place is a miracle?

Scientific explanation of a miracle need not, in any way, remove an item from the category of miracle. I highly recommend a read of C.S. Lewis' "Miracles". Below are a few excerpts which I ...
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When is it rationally justified for a Christian to say that an anomalous event that has taken place is a miracle?

Atheist Science of the Gaps The postponement, with a expectation of a secular Answer, with the hope of a future scientific discovery is the imposition of a Science of the Gaps on the discussion of ...
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When is it rationally justified for a Christian to say that an anomalous event that has taken place is a miracle?

If you are referring to this "but now" age, never. However, in "times past" and in the post-church "ages to come", often! A miracle of God, compared to that of chance, ...
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When is it rationally justified for a Christian to say that an anomalous event that has taken place is a miracle?

When is it rationally justified to say that something is a miracle? When he knows or believes it to be the case, which is all the time if said Christian is indeed a believer in God. I would issue a ...
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Why would Jesus turn water into wine - psychoactive, cancerogenous substance

The assumption is that science has proven, beyond a reasonable doubt, that there is a causal connection between consumption of wine and occurrence of cancer or other health related problems. I've read ...
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