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Against miracles. 'A violation...' 4 practical arguments. Induction (100degreesc) What is more probable?
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R.F. Holland
Against miracles. Coincidence with religious meaning. Train. Not violation of laws.
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Swinburne
For miracles. Natural laws- not fixed truths.
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Polkinghorne
Supports swinburne. Science tells us normal expectations. Laws change=god new dealing
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Wiles
Against miracles. Damaging. Ben God and god who occasionally intervenes not compatable. Creation miracle. Can't be partisan and arbitrary.
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Peter Vandy
Against Wiles. If god always helped we would be lazy, lose free will.
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Bultman
Demyhtologise.
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Gunkel
Form critic. Period
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Against miracles. Coincidence with religious meaning. Train. Not violation of laws.

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For miracles. Natural laws- not fixed truths.

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Supports swinburne. Science tells us normal expectations. Laws change=god new dealing

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Against miracles. Damaging. Ben God and god who occasionally intervenes not compatable. Creation miracle. Can't be partisan and arbitrary.

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