Argument from scriptural miracles

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The '''argument from Biblical miracles''' states (more or less) that because the [[Bible]] claims that people witnessed [[miracle]]s performed right in front of them by [[Jesus]], we can therefore believe that they happened—which confirms Jesus's claims to be [[God]].
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The '''argument from biblical miracles''' states (more or less) that because the [[Bible]] claims that people witnessed [[miracle]]s performed right in front of them by [[Jesus]], we can therefore believe that they happened—which confirms Jesus's claims to be [[God]].
  
 
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Revision as of 03:40, 23 April 2011

The argument from biblical miracles states (more or less) that because the Bible claims that people witnessed miracles performed right in front of them by Jesus, we can therefore believe that they happened—which confirms Jesus's claims to be God.

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