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Using one of the articles that we read this explain, explain one view on the nature and function of miracles within Judaism. Here are some questions relevant to this explanation: What is some examples of a miracle? How do they define a miracle? How are miracles possible? How important are miracles to the believer? Are they important to the practice of Judaism? Once you have given a brief answer to this question, then consider at least one objection to this view. You can focus on one or more of the questions that you have answered in your explanation. For instance, if you have explained why miracles are important to the faith of a believer, then you should argue (and explain), to the contrary, that miracles are not important (or crucial) to the belief in revelation and the practice of Judaism.
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