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It is always interesting when I run across an apologist who attempts to refute the commonly-accepted phrase, "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." The latest I have seen is this one from noted Christian apologist/philosopher William Lane Craig:
- Highly improbable events do not require extraordinary evidence in order to believe in them.
- We would be prevented in believing in many ordinary but highly improbable events.
- The lottery pick that hits the jackpot is one example.
The fact that Craig uses this apologetic in an attempt to dismiss the phrase is, to me, an example of the extraordinary obfuscation of Christian apologetics.
This link provides the truth about the phrase.