From: allenroy (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Sep 21 2003 - 15:26:54 EDT
Steve Petermann wrote:
> Question is, if this [not being able to tell if something is natural or
> supernatural] is true, what does that say to theology?
Very little I think. Since we don't know enough about nature to be able to
distinguish if God works within nature or supernaturally, then it is irrelevant
which way God actually works. He could work either way and we'd have no way of
knowing. Thus, God could create something and we could never know how, unless
God took us into his confidence and explained how. Or, God could raise someone
from the dead and we would not know if it was a miracle or natural according to
God's understanding of nature.
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