New August public WT is online.
The first article addresses miracles and tries to refute common objections if miracles are possible. I won't bore you with the details, please see for yourself the blatant disregard of science, documented events, etc...However, in conclusion the article states:
pg.6: "...So, then, are there such things as miracles?
The Bible says that there are. According to
what it tells us, these are not just natural phenomena.
Really, then, is it logical to say that
it is impossible for them to happen just because
they do not occur every day?"
So, there really are miracles (as described in the bible), because the bible clearly says so!?
WTF?! Circular logic at its best!
Let me try my own version: Yan Bibiyan is a Medical Doctor, because it says so in the book "Yan Bibiyan, the Medical Doctor", written by, ahem, Yan Bibiyan.
Trust me enough by now to perform a heart transplant on you?
And then, after gangraping logic in the first part of the paragraph, they appeal to logic in the second part to support their agenda.
This is probably more of a fundamnetalist issue than a strictly JW issue, but I think it still bears pointing out.