Item #65841 Miracles. A Preliminary Study. C. S. LEWIS.
Miracles. A Preliminary Study.
Miracles. A Preliminary Study.
Miracles. A Preliminary Study.

Miracles. A Preliminary Study.

London: Geoffrey Bles, 1947. [Essays] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (23 x 14cm), pp.220. Publisher's dark green cloth lettered in gilt to spine, typographic dust-jacket with printed price of 10s. 6d. to front flap. Previous owner's name in black ink to flyleaf, toning and spotting to flyleaves and preliminaries, rolling to spine and bumping to corners. Very good. While most historians are against the probability of miracles, C. S. Lewis argues that before a decision can be reached, one must think about whether is it logically possible that a miracle can occur. In the course of trying to understand this, many other questions are raised such as what is 'nature', and what is the true meaning of 'probability'. Item #65841

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