Category Archives: Miracles

Miracles are not necessarily a contradiction of nature

One of the oldest conflicts between faith and reason is whether you can believe in miracles and still be considered rational. Miracles are usually seen as contradictions of the laws of nature. But Augustine, one of the great philosophical minds, … Continue reading

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The price of a miracle

A little girl named Tess once took her money box to her local pharmacy, where the pharmacist was busy talking to a well dressed man. She said she wanted to buy a miracle. He asked her why, and she told … Continue reading

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A Dime’s Worth of Life

A wise old man, reflecting on a simple purchase of seeds for his garden, wrote this: I paid a dime for a package of seeds And the man tossed them out with a flip. “We’ve got ’em assorted for every … Continue reading

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Higher laws

There are many things we now take for granted that once would have seemed impossible – like an aircraft weighing hundreds of tonnes overcoming the law of gravity. The reason, of course, is that we now understand the law of … Continue reading

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