Cold, hard logic dictates that the cause of nature cannot be natural if we are to avoid the circular fallacy. Logic dictates, therefore, that the cause of nature must be not-natural (i.e., supernatural)
It may be impossible to fully understand the divine Trinity this side of death. Nonetheless, I believe there is an example of another trinity, much closer to us than we realize, that might advance our understanding of the Triune God who is Father, Son and Spirit.
If it is an illegitimate move to a priori rule out the occurrences of miracles in this world, we are left with the task of identifying them. Two criteria are helpful in distinguishing a miracle from a natural anomaly.
Most people are surprised to learn about five historical facts the full range of scholars in the field (including atheists and agnostics) unanimously or nearly unanimously agree to with regard to Jesus of Nazareth.
Something happened in 30 AD that has radically changed the course of world history. The most thorough and rigorous historical case for the resurrection of Jesus that I have ever had the pleasure of reading, by far, is presented in Michael Licona’s The Resurrection of Jesus: A new historiographical approach.