If I had a nickel for every time I heard a non-believer claim that “extraordinary events require extraordinary evidence” I would be independently wealthy. The irony of this is that usually it’s the people who claim to be the most intellectually honest.
In the introduction to his book, “Mere Christianity,” C. S. Lewis discusses some concerns that he has with how some words in the English language end up becoming more or less useless. He uses the word “gentleman” as an example. He explains that this word used to convey information about a person (that he was a land-owner or of noble birth) but it became simply a word used to describe how an individual esteems a particular person in a more subjective way.
Two New Zealand pilots ran out of fuel in the microlight airplane they were flying, so they did the only thing they could do at the time – pray. Immediately after, they were then able to make an emergency landing in a field — coming to rest right next to a sign reading, “Jesus is Lord.” Miracle or simply coincidence?