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Lee Strobel, "The Case for Miracles"  (49 min.)

John Lennox, “Science and Miracles”  (8 min.)
A professor of mathematics and philosophy of science at Oxford University discusses whether science proves that miracles are not possible.

Craig Keener, "The Plausibility of Miracles in a Materialistic Age"  (76 min.)

Craig Keener, "Miracle Reports in the Gospels and Today"  (81 min.)
Keener is the author of one of the most definitive works on miracles (see below).  In the first lecture, he argues briefly against standard philosophical criticisms of miracle claims by western scholars, and he shares numerous examples of people from all over the world who witnessed many different kinds of miracles and have solid documentation to verify those claims (many of whom Keener interviewed personally).  These contemporary miracles corroborate the kinds of miracles reported in the Bible and in the history of the church.

In the second lecture, Keener offers more documented examples, and his 45-minute talk is followed by 35 minutes of analysis and questions by philosophers (including both skeptics and believers).


Are Miracles Possible?
An article, podcast, and two short videos answering philosophical objections to miracles and defending biblical miracles.

William Lane Craig, “The Problem of Miracles: A Historical and Philosophical Perspective”

Lee Strobel, The Case for Miracles (Zondervan, 2018)

Craig Keener, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, 2 vol. (Baker, 2011).
One of the most significant works on miracles ever written.  Keener addresses philosophical objections to miracles and views of miracles in the ancient world, and he rigorously documents contemporary evidence for miracles from every continent.

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