In this course, we look at miracles from a Catholic point of view, which means we rely on religious faith and scientific understanding together. We’ll look at biblical, historical, and even present-day examples of different types of miracles.
I created this course because I noticed that there was alot of misunderstanding about miracles. So many resources talk about faith in miracles with very little scientific knowledge; so many others discredit and ignore miraculous claims because they reject religious faith!
I don't see a contradiction between faith and science. In fact, I think the claim of miracles is a great place for faith and science to have a really rich conversation!
A Course Unlike Anything You've Experienced
Faith & Science
Critical thinking doesn't mean rejecting other ways of knowing
We use history and science to question miraculous claims
Deeds of Power
Is God the simplest explanation for phenomena we don't understand?
Master of Arts (Religious Education)
Ryan LeBlanc, B.A., B.Ed., M.A, is a career classroom teacher, learning leader, and workshop facilitator. Now, his cutting-edge educational methods and years of practical experience with thousands of learners is available through his comprehensive online courses. Ryan's learning model harnesses the power of multi-directional coaching: learning happens in community, and each learner has experience that can benefit everyone. Ryan has facilitated successful learning for diverse audiences, such as: inner-city teenagers and prep school teenagers, religious clergy, preschool children, sacramental catechumens, professional learning conferences and workshops, inmates in prisons and academics in universities.
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