why do atheists mock the miracles of Jesus when the universe forming itself is the biggest miracle?
When a person has a little knowledge of something, they tend to be proud and refuse to humble and admit that there is a super mighty being up there who is cleverer than him. That is a normal human reaction. But, a person who has experienced an encounter with God or Jesus, will understand the meaning of Faith and the whole purpose of life.
Albert Einstein the most genius brain on earth, even humble himself that his knowledge is nothing more than just a scratch on the surface of what lies up there in the universe to be explained. Einstein believes that there is God the creator of universe.
Is it really that big of a miracle to feed 5,000 people with 3 fish and 5 loaves of bread?
It's not hart to feed them at all. The Catholics have been doing it for years. How thin can a wafer be sliced? And three white sharks will make a hell of a lot of broth. If you toss half a peanut to an elephant, haven't you fed the elephant? If the sign says, "Do not feed the elephants and someone in authority sees you hand that half peanut to the elephant, do you think you can argue that it was only half a peanut before you are asked to leave the zoo?
Isn't the Big Bang the equivalent of a miracle? Miracles Feasible?
let's assume that you were part of a stone age tribe out in the wilds.
a plane flew overhead, and dropped a mirror, which shattered when it hit the ground.
you could reassemble the mirror.
you could see where all the pieces fit together.
but you would have no knowledge of how the mirror came to be in the first place.
just because you do not understand something does not justify a "God did it" explanation.
If that's what you'd like to think, have at it.
however, do not expect your desire to believe in God to inspire others to abandon their attempt to understand the universe in which we live.
The problem with "God did it" is that it doesn't lead anywhere.
It doesn't challenge us to find a deeper understanding of our world.
It doesn't lead us to understand how DNA works.
Or global warming.
All of those things, and many others are important.
Once you put them on an altar, and declare "It's God's fault" you nullify the need for more research.
The history of religion, unfortunately, is the suppression of science.
I, for one, don't care to go back to that mental state.
Have you ever thought how big of a miracle the Exodus from Egypt was ???
Yes, it had to be a huge miracle. But that is only if it actually happened. There isn't a shred of evidence outside of the bible that the Jews were ever inside Egypt (although it could be likely a few could have been,due to is close proximity), there is also no evidence they were ever in the dessert either.
Why God doesn't Perfrom one Big miracle to make all the people belive in him?
The fact is we know they were really clever people. The whole point of religion is faith in something that cannot be proven by science. If we knew for a fact that it were true and had empirical evidence to substantiate it then we wouldn't need faith to back it up. I'm not a member of one of the abrahm religions, but I appreciate the faith that many of their members have.
You have been blessed that your Aunt and Uncle survived that accident. I hope there dogs are ok also.The miracle that I have is that my oldest daughter made it through a heart problem when she was born I think about it every day. the docs told me she would not make it through the night but here we are 20 years later and she is still with us!! I truly know she is my miracle.
Scientifically speaking , evolution is a big miracle or another fairy tail story?
And Consider this
Mysteries In Science
The Young Age of the Earth
The Origins of Life
Creation In The 21st Century From Where did these Layers Come (From) 1 of 3 (Global Flood)
Creation in the 21st Century - Overwhelming Evidence 1 of 3
Skull Fossils - As Empty as the Evolutionary Theory
Neanderthals - Smarter Then We Thought
Dinosaurs: Those Terrible Lizards
Our Solar System: Evidence For Creation
How big of a role is Mr. Macy in the Miracle on 34th Street play?
My Macy is an important part of the story . He owns one of the largest department stores in NY. He sponsors the Thanksgiving Parade in the play. He owns the store when Santa visits with the children. He doesn't have too many lines. I would guess five at the most.
How big of a role is Susan Walker In the Play "Miracle on 34th street"?
I believe it is Susie Walker, the daughter of Doris Walker.
If you have seen the movie then you should know that Susie is one of the most important roles in the play.
The entire story revolves around 4 main characters: Doris Walker, the store manager, who has raised her daughter Susie to not believe in Santa,
Fred, who is the love interest of Doris, and of course Santa(Kris Kringle)
what was the big deal behind the 1980 winter olympics, "the miracle on ice"?
to put in context of another sport its like
The Triple A team for the Pirates beating the 2009 NY Yankees
ALL the USSR team members were in the RED Army (officers)...there job in the Army was to PLAY HOCKEY and most had been in Soviet hockey program since they were teenaged...the USA players were all very good college players, but were from several different teams...also this was a time that the USA as a country needed some uplifting (the economy was worse than now, we had Americans being held hostage in Iran, the Soviet Union was in Afghanistan [think about that for a second] and most people did not even think we had a chance to win any medal) and that is the funny part --after we beat the USSR we still had to beat Sweden (I think) to win the GOLD nobody ever talks about that game.
Not sure how old you are...but I watched it as a a 13 year old who did not know anything about hockey and was very proud and I still watch hockey today.
1.618 is a golden ratio point (number ) can some one plz ask me what is really it.Is really big miracle?
English is not your "second" language, is it ?
[PHI] is the positive root of the equation
x^2 - x - 1 = 0
Use the quadratic formula to find it...
Look up Fibonacci's sequence. Look for the ratio of successive terms.
You might want to repost your question.
Why is it such a big miracle for Jesus to change water to wine?
and have the Host of the party say it was the best they ever tasted? I don't think a powdered wine would taste better than the real stuff. Does koolaid taste better than real juice?
Besides that he wasn't doing it to entertain a crowd he just happened to be there when a need came up and when all else failed, Mary knew to turn to him for some odd reason? Why is that?