Divine Action

Ross McCullough dissects the God-of-the-gaps objection (“God and the Gaps,” April), which for too long has functioned as a smear rather than a serious argument at the border between science and theology. It’s unfortunate that we have to be reminded that no (orthodox) Christian should deny, a priori, that the explanation for some event might just be the direct action of God. If God really did raise Jesus from the dead, then any rational method oriented toward truth should allow for that possibility.

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