I understand some people wanting to be “tactful” but please don’t ever say that Jesus was a “great teacher” but not the “Son of God”. Jesus explicitly taught that He was the Son of God. If you believe this is not true then you must believe that Jesus was either: a) a liar; b) a madman; or c) a fool. Unfortunately, “great teacher” is not an option. To say this is, quite frankly, very condescending to those who believe.
In thinking about miracles, I believe that our frame of reference has been too dramatic. We have been looking for the burning bush, the parting of the sea, the bellowing voice from heaven. Instead we should be looking at the ordinary day-to-day events in our lives for evidence of the miraculous, maintaining at the same time a scientific orientation.