Unmasking assumptions about miracles
This thesis examines miracles with a specific focus on how a naturalist world view impacts one's understanding of whether or not they occur. The author's personal journey of understanding miracles is recounted, followed by six assumptions that can affect one's perception of miracles. Refutations to the assumptions are included when applicable. Many of the opposing arguments came from conversations that the author has had with people who hold a naturalist world view. Verifiable accounts of miracles are also included. Hopefully this thesis will challenge.