Sociologist Christian Smith has identified an interesting and important dynamic in Western culture concerning beliefs about how a superhuman power could (or perhaps would) exert causation in the material world. According to Smith, many in the modern West make the misguided assumption that miraculous interventions into the natural order—anomalous events that defy the regularities described […]
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