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Nature miracles in their context

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How can a Christian explain the occurrence of walking on water? [Answers, 12 September]

I was impressed by Canon Terry Palmer's subtlety concerning what actually happened in the Gospel accounts of the nature miracles. Atheists will be more forthright: no such things happened. Furthermore, since healing miracles also took place within the matter and causal processes of nature, healing miracles will probably go the same ...

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