A miracle is an occurrence that appears to be incomprehensible in terms of natural or scientific rules. When a phenomenon that is defined as miraculous occurs, it is sometimes attributed to the actions of a supernatural being (particularly a god), magic, a miracle worker, a saint, or a religious leader, depending on the religion being studied.
As a slang term, the word miraculous is frequently used to describe any good event that is statistically implausible but does not violate the rules of nature, such as surviving a natural disaster, or just a “great” occurrence, regardless of its statistical likelihood (e.g. “the miracle of childbirth”). Some coincidences may be regarded as miracles in their own right.
Due to the fact that a true miracle would be defined as a non-natural phenomena, many writers have dismissed them as physically impossible (that is, requiring a violation of known laws of physics within their domain of validity) or impossible to verify by their very nature (because all possible physical mechanisms can never be ruled out). The former viewpoint is articulated, for example, by Thomas Jefferson, whilst the later viewpoint is expressed by David Hume. Typically, theologians assert that, through divine providence, God usually acts through nature, but that, as a creator, God is free to work outside of nature as well as above, below, and against it.
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