Why do we seem to lack sufficiently rigorous evidence of miracles?
This is a really good question that I think I have some conceptual
We wouldn’t consider it reasonable to predict miracles and therefore
would not plan ex ante to identify the circumstances about which a
miracle occurs. However, we might then be able to gather testimonies
readily… what does that mean for our lack then of miracle
I think, as humans, we tend to live in the moment far too often and
easily believe that an experience will continue to impact us for a
lifetime. As history tells us, we tend to forget. But there is still
hope, of course, and we can rest assured that God will help us to
realize His truth and His presence in good time.