Item #66489 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. Near fine in similar jacket which is a little browned to spine and extremities. Shows well. 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 #66489

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