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Part 5: Miracles as Inconsistent with the Perfection of God

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, I consider the following: At a philosophical and theological level, it is often claimed that the concept of miracle is inconsistent with affirming the perfection of God. Three objections along this line of argument are examined and found wanting.

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Links to the web series are available here.

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