Social Media and A Course in Wonders
The Lord of the Gaps. A lot of persons used Lord as a conclusion for gaps in our clinical knowledge. This God has, obviously, reduced a lot through the 20th and 21st Centuries. Wonders have already been applied to reinforce belief in this God. But, what was an inexplicable miracle before are now able to be easily understood as a scientific phenomenon.
Obscurantism. The Church, or parts un curso de milagros of it at least, has been responsible at times of attempting to restrain annoying information of varied forms, producing visitors to suspect that understanding was the contrary of faith. Reports about wonders might be seen as inventions invented to confuse or confound the Church's critics.
Psychology. We now have a better comprehension of how a individual brain operates than our ancestors had. We could understand that people might have honestly thought they had noticed a miracle when they'd not. Probably they were only trying to produce sense of something they did not understand, or they might have been struggling with some sort of mental breakdown.
Coincidences. Some functions have already been referred to as miracles even when they certainly were clearly explicable actually at the time, but were obviously very impossible coincidences, specially if they looked to have been answers to prayer and/or have been considered as satisfying God's applications on Planet, in accordance with believers.
Terminology. Aside from impossible coincidences in reply to prayer, many events are referred to as miracles really inappropriately. In these days the phrase "miracle", like many others, has been devalued by overuse by the press, e.g. "miracle cure", "wonder escape" or "miracle baby", when all they suggest is that the big event was attractive but unexpected.