I notice how quickly atheists and evolutionists put their fingers in their ears and shout "Lah, lah, Lah, I can't hear you" whenever a Christian or Creationist brings up the subject of miracles. This is what I really want to address because... if miracles are possible, it means that supernatural intervention is possible and it means that a God could have created the universe. So, bring it on. Who can show clear evidence that supernatural intervention has happened beyond reasonable doubt, on the balance of probability. Meaning..don't cite psychological factors as causes just because it is convenient, while ignoring the balance of probability. I also don't want to hear anything off-topic like WHY God allows such things to happen. We have to assume that God is always right in this instance. This is just a distraction technique. We are just looking at whether miracles happen and their implications for a discussion on creationism and God. I'll start it off. I'm a Christian and I believe in Jesus and that his passion and sacrifice were meaningful for the world. I'm also fascinated by the many miracles that occur for believers, some of which are seldom heard about because of the humility of the recipients. One such recipient was Therese Neumann a 19th Century German nun who experienced stigmata and other miracles during her lifetime. I direct you to: http://www.thereseneumann.de/thereseenglish/index.htm Before racing back to respond at this forum, take a moment to think about what you are saying. Thanks for your time.