In this series we have been following, initially at least, the approach to miracles adopted by C.S. Lewis in his classic book, Miracles. His was an attempt to show the rationality of miracles. It is a rationality based on the truth that what we know as Nature cannot be the whole of reality. As we have seen in previous articles, Lewis categorised the miracles of Christ into Old Creation and New Creation miracles. This time we want to consider the healing of the man born blind in the Gospel of John, chapter 9.
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