Miracles and Credibility

Religious Studies 16 (4):465 - 468 (1980)
Abstract
IN THIS PAPER I RESPOND TO SEVERAL OBJECTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN MOUNTED TO MY THEORY OF THE MIRACULOUS. IN PARTICULAR I ARGUE THAT ON MY THEORY A MIRACLE IS DECIDEDLY NOT AN EVENT WHICH IS NATURALLY EXPLICABLE FOR "QUA" MIRACLE AN EVENT IS ONLY EXPLICABLE BY REFERENCE TO THE ACTIVITY OF A NON-NATURAL AGENT’S ALTERING THE SURROUNDING CONDITIONS IN VIRTUE OF HIS ACTIVITY IN THE WORLD
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