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- Whether miracles are possible depends on whether naturalism is true or false.
- Naturalism cannot be rationally affirmed because it invalidates rationality.
- If reason cannot come from mindless nature, it must come from a transcendent rational source.
- The validity of our moral judgments depends on naturalism being false.
- The popular objections to supernaturalism are flimsy and superficial.
- It is a mistake to think of miracles as violations of the laws of nature.
- Some of the primitive ideas associated with Christianity are false or misleading.
- There is no good reason to think that God, if He exists, would not perform miracles.
- Hume’s argument against miracles is fallacious and ill-conceived.
- The Incarnation is credible because it harmonizes with what we already know.
- The miracles of Christ are stylistically consistent with what would we expect of God.
- Caution should be exercised when studying the evidence for the Christian miracles.