Miracles

BBC Article Sep 2018

  • Three in five UK adults say they believe some form of miracle is possible, a survey commissioned by the BBC has suggested.
  • Nearly half of those questioned on behalf of BBC Local Radio admitted to praying for a miracle at some time.
  • However, when it comes to the miracles of Jesus, nearly half say they do not believe he did miraculous things.
  • Market research firm Comres surveyed 2,002 British adults by telephone between 16 and 26 August.
  • The survey suggested:
  • 62% of British adults believe some form of miracle is possible today
  • Nearly three-quarters aged 18-24 say they believe some form of miracle is possible today, more than any other age group
  • 43% say they have prayed for a miracle
  • 37% of British adults who attend a religious service at least monthly say they believe the miracles of Jesus happened word for word as described in the Bible
  • Half of this group say they have prayed for a miracle which was answered in the way they had hoped
  • But 37% of Christians have never prayed for a miracle
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