Doesn’t Science Rule Out Miracles?

Throughout his book, Luke describes a series of miracles Jesus performed. He heals a man with leprosy and tells a paralyzed man to, ‘get up and walk.’

Jesus tells some hard-nosed fishermen to throw their nets overboard and they catch so many fish that their boat almost sinks and Luke’s book dramatically ends with the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. Ard Louis, Research Fellow at Oxford University, argues that an unquestioning bias against miracles may not arise from science itself, but rather stems from background beliefs that you may hold. What do you believe?

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How can an all powerful and loving God allow people to suffer?

Evidence A: Does Jesus make you angry?

Can miracles happen?

Chapter 1

I realised God cares for me

Did David Hume dispose of miracles?

Resurrection: history or legend?

Was the Resurrection a miracle?

I decided that there was nothing left in my life worth living for

Aren't Christians arrogant to believe that Jesus is the only way to God?

I couldn’t understand what was so special about Jesus

What kind of God allows suffering?

What would meeting Jesus be like?

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Delving into the problem of evil

Aim at heaven and you will get earth thrown in. ― C. S. Lewis

Doesn't faith contradict reason?

If you could ask God one question what would it be?

Isn't religion determined by where you grow up in the world?

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Christianity was a bit like Father Christmas – you grow out of it

I was questioning the legitimacy of certain stories in the Bible.

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Luke wrote his book to tell his friend Theophilus about Jesus (Luke 1:1-4)

Evidence B: Jesus wants you to be like the prostitute

What do you think heaven is like?

Chapter 10

Evidence C: A tale of two sons

Chapter 11