AQA RE: Miracles
AQA religious studies philosophy paper 1; miracles. Includes Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu and Buddhist opinions on miracles, and Hume's argument against the existence of miracles.
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A seemingly impossible occurrence
The idea that God is present in the world and is involved with life on Earth
The idea that God is beyond space and time, and is not present on Earth
Laws of nature
Miracles that break the ___ _ _______ are occurrences that cannot be explained by science
______ _________ do not break the laws of nature, but are seen as miracles because they occur at just the right time to bring a good outcome
________ and _______ believe God works through miracles, and can do so through individuals, such as the prophets
________ do not believe God works through miracles, as they do not believe in God. They still accept the occurrence of miracles.
Joshua, sun, Jews
In the Book of _______, a miracle in which God causes the ___ to stand still in order for the ____ to defeat their enemies in battle is described
Ganesha, milk, Hindu
In 1995 in a man dreamt that the god ______ wished to drink ____. When he took this to a _____ temple, the statue of the god drank. This continued to happen across the globe.
Many Christians believe miracles occur regularly at _____ in France. Many go to be _____ by the holy water.
Founders, Jesus, wine
Miracles are often linked to the __________ of religions, such as ____, who performed many miracles including turning water into _____
Evidence, uneducated, unreliable, depend
Hume argued that there is never enough _____ for miracles, witnesses are often _____ and ______, and that religions _____ on miracles in order to support their teachings
Many argue against Hume, as miracles must be thoroughly _________ before being accepted, and they argue that most _____ have reported miracles regardless of education
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