"Plausible conjectures unsupported by evidence cannot remove our ignorance even if they satisfy our curiosity."
- B. F. Westcott
By a miracle (using the word in its strictest sense) we mean a phenomenon which, wither in itself or from the circumstances under which it is presented, suggests the immediate working of a personal power producing results not explicable by what we observe in the ordinary course of nature.
Westcott, B. F. The Gospel of the Ressurection. MacMillian and Co. Shilling Edition. 1913. p. 30.
No one, I feel, has a monopoly on truth. It is enough that in defending the Truth which we know, we never consciously underrate or neglect the objections of opponents. The teacher who either presumes to claim the knowledge which he has not, or dissembles his own difficulties, carries in his own heart the elements of a stern and inevitable chastisement.
Westcott, B. F. The Gospel of the Ressurection. MacMillian and Co. Shilling Edition. 1913. p. vi.
We would like to share some worth-while quotes from various authors to make you pause and consider different aspects of what God's Word teaches.