What is a miracle? Are they incompatible with science? Or are they simply pre-scientific acts that people make up to explain what they do not understand? This compact handbook comprises 20 answers to these questions and many more. It unpacks the nature of miracles and offers compelling arguments to counter those who reduce miracles to mere superstition.
Most of all, it shows that miracles are never an end in themselves, but instead are meant to lead us to greater faith in God’s providence.