An Evidence Puzzle: Radio Shack Apologetics

Let’s assume that the Radio Shack catalog is perfectly factually correct about items for sale and their prices. Now assume it reports a miracle occurred, say, Adobe Acrobat Reader doesn’t require annoying security updates every few days. (Sorry, that was an IT industry insider joke.) Or assume it reports that someone rose from the dead. Does the catalog’s general reliability give us a good reason to believe the miracle it reports?

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