Table of Contents | 28 May 2001
These days magic is not something in which everyone can afford to believe. There is a suspicious absence of miracles. But sometimes impossible things happen when no one is looking.
Most medieval texts were written by men who . . . did not provide the most unbiased testimony. . . . [I]n real life there was some middle ground between saint and sinner.
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