The Case For Faith - Objection #2 – Objection #3 Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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In Objection #2: Since Miracles Contradict Science, They Cannot Be True, Strobel lays out the objection by analogy. The analogy is that no criminal had ever said his fingerprints were on a murder weapon because of God putting them there. Scientists and atheists, including Max Planck and Richard Dawkins, have argued that science will ultimately do away with the idea of miracles such as the Virgin birth, walking on water, and the Resurrection. Strobel went to meet with William Lane Craig, PhD, a philosopher, theologian, and writer of books like Reasonable Faith. Strobel asked Craig how any reasonable or intelligent person could believe in miracles. Craig explained that one does not have to have all the answers to come to faith. Only if God did not exist, Craig explained, would miracles not be possible. Craig went on to explain that to believe in God...

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