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Part 7: Miracles and Christian Apologetics

by Robert A. Larmer

In this web series of articles, I develop some reflection and argument related to my recent book, The Legitimacy of Miracle (Lexington, 2013).

In this part and final installment of the series, I examine the question of whether miracles can serve as evidence for one religious form of theism over and against other religious forms of theism.

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Links to the web series are available here.

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