As opposed to the non-God directed events?
The Flood of Noah’s time. (No evidence for a global flood being the common response.)
The common and, more importantly, accurate response.
Adam and Eve our first parents (evolution only deals with populations, not individuals, being the common retort)
Adam and Eve could have been our first parents. Evolution only deals with the physical, not the spiritual. No way to test for souls.
The existence of Jesus Christ as true God and true man (the stone box presented on TV that supposedly held His remains)
Science is 100% silent about Jesus. You are really stretching here.
The plagues brought against Egypt in the time of Moses (I watched an elaborate TV program that used coincidence with various events to explain this.)
Again, science is 100% silent about this.
And, with all due respect, I should single out poster hecd2 who has told people the evidence says no on more than a few occasions.
The evidence is what the evidence is. Should we ignore it Ed?
Your reference to scientists studying miracles does not deter many from simply believing that those are just things science hasn’t explained yet.
No, and it doesn’t deter people who think that there are wood elves from believing that, either. Irrelevant to the discussion.
This is usually followed by a fervent faith statement that in all likelihood, science will explain whatever it is. My point is, there are a mixture of Christian statements and nonChristian statements. For some, the truth of divine revelation does not exist. I understand that. The poblem is when a few angrily defend their no it didn’t happen because there is no scientific evidence for it position.
Would you like to shut down all sceintific inquiry into miracles? What if, at some point in the future, there is a scientific explanation of a miracle?