Miracles: A Journey Into The Realm Of Inexplicable Experiences

Miracles: A Journey Into The Realm Of Inexplicable Experiences
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Religion, Miracles, and Prayers
Is divine intervention in the earthly realm possible? And is it responsible for miracles? Through interviews and recreations, explore the role of religion and prayers in the phenomenon of miracles.
Angels, Spirit Guides and Signs
There have been recorded instances of humans being visited by angels for centuries, as well as reported near death experiences and visions from above. These are explored in this episode.
Miracle Healings and Spirit Bodies
Because the nature of many miraculous healings are inexplicable, they seem to come out of nowhere. This episode investigates unexplained healings and their possible connections to spirituality.
Synchronicity, Science, and Astral Travel
The most common miracles are the coincidences that show up in every day life. Realms of synchronicity affect everyone's lives, and their existence is being increasingly backed up by science.

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Miracle Healings and Spirit Bodies
Because the nature of many miraculous healings are inexplicable, they seem to come out of nowhere. This episode investigates unexplained healings and their possible connections to spirituality.
Can Mystical Experience Justify Belief?
Look at the phenomenon of religious experiences, pondering whether such events justify belief. Find that practically all religions have religious experiences, but the beliefs they lead to can be radically different. Can "feeling the touch of God," like Jules in Pulp Fiction, justify religious belief?
Can We Know God Through Experience?
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Can We Know God Through Experience? considers whether certain mystical experiences are indications of the existence of a Divine Being. What kind of evidence is necessary for religious belief?
Does Knowledge Depend On Experience?
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Does Knowledge Depend on Experience? focuses on the 17th and 18th Century empiricism of John Locke, George Berkeley and David Hume, and the 20th Century empiricism and naturalism of W.V.O. Quine, who is interviewed.
World Religions: A Common Journey
What is religion? How does it reflect the culture in which it exists? And what functions does it serve? There are key questions asked by virtually every human culture. Those questions, and the way different religions go about revealing the answers, shine a light on what all people and cultures…
What Justifies The State?
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What Justifies the State? asks whether the state is merely an artificial arrangement we construct to make life better, as social contact theorists claim, or whether it's a natural organism through which people achieve their potential.
The Bible - A Literary Heritage
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