Lately I’ve noticed letters to our editor arguing biblical interpretations, and about miracles. Do miracles exist? Of course, some of the letter writers believe in Judeo-Christian scripture — the New and Old Testaments — and others do not. I also see evidence of misunderstandings between like-minded believers. Not being a Bible scholar, I must confine my own beliefs to faith, tempered by personal experiences as a Christian, coupled with common sense. And I’m a great believer in respecting the odds. What are the odds of this, vs. that, vs. something else happening considering whatever facts I may have? Now what …
Bob Thomas: Who believes in miracles? My son and I do
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