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Did Jesus do miracles?

(Jesus Myths #03)

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One reason people don't believe the Bible's accounts of Jesus is because of the miracles in them -- he walks on water, he raises the dead, and so on. If you've already made up your mind that there's no God, no amount of evidence is likely to persuade you that Jesus did miracles. But if you think there could be a God, you're more likely to look at the evidence with an open mind. So just what is the historical evidence that Jesus did miracles? From the series 'Jesus Myths,' exploring modern myths about Jesus. With contributions by Professor Darrell Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary and Professor Craig Evans, Acadia University.

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