DO NOT reverse the edit of the CreationWiki admins.
Place no more than 1 reference at the end of any given sentence. Such strings of references give the article an unprofessional look. References should be place in the footer under the appropriate heading with a proper title and followed by other appropriate citation information (author, journal, date, etc.).
--Chris Ashcraft 20:05, 15 January 2006 (GMT)
to: Chris Ashcroft, misspelling
Dear Chris Ashcroft,
re: Previous post: No problem.
Please fix this misspelling as I could not due to page being protected.
A Jurisprudential Analysis of Hume's 'In Principle' Arguemtn Against Miracles by Paul K. Hoffman (PDF file)
MY Dr. Craig Link
I posted the Dr. Craig Link on the plausibility of miracles.
I take some exception to this section in the essay.
"But suppose Christianity was inaugurated by miracles; what probability is there then that we today must also have such experiences? It is clear that any such probability is negligible; hence, any improbability arising from our lack of such experience is also negligible."
Given John 14:12 I think the argument could be made that miracles should happen today also if Christianity is true. Since I have experienced miracles and so have my Christian friends I have no problem with this verse. Plus there have been many Christian miracles in history in my estimation. I think having the Holy Spirit working in your life is the key to experiencing miracles. Creationist 20:53, 15 January 2006 (GMT)creationist
I decided to remove the Craig Link and instead I listed some print references on miracles. Creationist 17:45, 17 January 2006 (GMT)creationist