The Ten Plagues of Egypt
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The Ten Plagues of Egypt

Were the ten plagues of Egypt, as recorded in Exodus chapters 7–11, all overt miraculous acts of God? No, according to the natural-cause-and-effect theory of Greta Hort. Concerning the miraculous, a god who cannot work miracles is not a god worth following.

By Russel Grigg
Originally published December, 2004

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