The other day I blogged to remind people that in spite of the fact that I’m more than a little sceptical, jaded and cynical about people who claim that they know of a miracle that has occurred, I believe that they can and do happen. The case of Duane Miller is powerful testimony to that. But I saw this today, just another reminder of why I am so cynical about such claims in general:
This man is part of the reason that so many people write Christians off as gullible simpletons who will believe anything if it furthers their cause. This is why Christians need to be sceptical, because what you see in this video clip is alarmingly common.
- Miracles happen
- Embarrassing BSOD attacks (or sometimes truth slips out when you least want it to)
- Hume on Induction and Miracles: Having a bob each way?
- Dawkins cuts McGrath, includes Haggard
- Episode 019: Osiris and Jesus
- The White House and Mao