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Priestley, Joseph - Miracles



Type of spiritual experience

A description of the experience

An History of the Corruptions of Christianity (1782)

That miracles are things in themselves possible, must be allowed so long as it is evident that there is in nature a power equal to the working of them. And certainly the power, principle, or being, by whatever name it be denominated, which produced the universe, and established the laws of it, is fully equal to any occasional departures from them.

The source of the experience

Priestley, Joseph

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