Read Part I. A researcher puts you into a room. On the table is a blue ball. Somebody put it … Continue Reading Inference To The Best Explanation: Shapiro’s <em>The Miracle Myth</em> Reviewed — Part II
Visit Kurland’s site for more. “Miracles always relate to the faith. That is why a belief in miracles is not … Continue Reading Can A Scientist Believe In Miracles? — Guest Post by Bob Kurland
Say something nice: the Miracles-Don’t-Exist-So-Miracles-Don’t-Exist argument is conditionally true. If miracles are impossible, miracles, it follows logically, don’t happen. No escaping the iron cladedness of that (you heard me: iron cladedness). Not only that. If miracles are impossible, it must … Continue Reading The Miracles-Don’t-Exist-So-Miracles-Don’t-Exist Argument
We interrupt our tour of Summa Contra Gentiles for this brief message. You’ve heard of the miracle of loaves and … Continue Reading Bread From Something Or Nothing? Or, What’s A Miracle?