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C.S. Lewis destroys preconceived notions of miracles with a utilitarian look at the natural and supernatural. With patience and insight, Lewis discerns that, contrary to popular belief, miracles are not flukes, they are not interruptions of nature, but companions to it. Indeed, nature, adjusting automatically, receives miracles with seamless ease. Furthermore, these handshakes, as it were, of natural and supernatural should actually be expected.
Throughout this book, C.S. Lewis drops kernels of wisdom that can provide some rather startling revelations. Of course, one sees as they are inclined to see, so the merely cynical may discover little. However, should you be willing to consider the probability or even the possibility of miracles, you might gain much from a reading.