Miracles, evidence and theism: A further apologia

Sophia 33 (1):51-57 (1994)
In this latest article in a series of exchanges between David Basinger and myself on the question of rationality of belief in miracles, I continue to charge the naturalist with dogmatism and question begging if he insists that we could never, even in principle, be justified in calling an event a miracle. I provide arguments against Basinger�s counterclaim that the naturalist can nondogmatically claim that, no matter the miracles� in question, and no matter the circumstances in which they occur, it is always more rational to believe they have a natural, rather than supernatural explanation
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