Hey all. I’ve been Catholic all my life, and I want to learn more about religion and the other ones out there. (Is there somewhere else I can ask more questions?) I want to hear from people in the religion, what are the Jewish views on miracles? I hear about Christian miracles a lot, old and new, but never [modern] Jewish or Muslim miracles outside of the holy texts. So what are the Jewish views? Do [modern] miracles exist? How do they work/why don’t they?
Jewish views on miracles
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