I once argued on the possibility of this with a friend. He argued that a miracle is a phenomenom that violates known natural laws (like the virgin birth, or Jesus' resurrection). I agreed that the supernatural is miraculous but i also had a question. Is not Nature per se a miracle ? This sprung from the idea that Nature is apt to be different from the way it operates and is perceived now. What if we did live in a reality where everyone was immortal ? Wouldn't death constitute a miracle - perhaps ?

I am of the opinion that Nature as it is makes for a miracle already. One we should hold in awe.

Questions to GhanaDiscussians >>> Must a phenomenon violate observed laws of nature to be a miracle ?