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The Argument from Miracles

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A WORK IN PROCESS (Aug 15 2010) - A great source would be from "Philosophy of Religion: Toward a Global Perspective" by Gary E. Kessler (1999). David Hume's "On Miracles" in available in Chapter 10, as well as Richard Swinburne's "Miracles". Religious Experience is covered in Chapter 4 and would also very applicable. All is accompanied with insightful commentary and analysis questions.

One argument: The "clinically dead" patient who floats above table and sees self, objects, and/or God.

One argument: When "hundreds" or "thousands" claim to have witnessed the same miracle.


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