I. Intro­duc­tion
A. The mirac­u­lous assump­tions of Chris­tian­i­ty are a major stum­bling block to its crit­ics. This anti-super­nat­ur­al view was pret­ty well sum­ma­rized by the philoso­pher, Spin­oza in the 17th century:

Mir­a­cles are vio­la­tions of nat­ur­al laws.
Nat­ur­al laws are immutable.
It is impos­si­ble for immutable laws to be violated.
There­fore, mir­a­cles are impossible.

B. Sev­en Major Questions
1. What is a miracle?

2. How can a mir­a­cle be rec­og­nized or documented?

3. Does God per­form mir­a­cles today?

4. Can Satan per­form miracles?

5. Can a per­son be a good sci­en­tist and believe in miracles?

6. What is the pur­pose of miracles?

7. What is the nature of the natural?


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