As muslims, we believe that the Quran is the eternal miracle of Allah and hence, it is the ultimate proof of the truth. However, a christian may make a similar claim about their holy spirit miracles, like healing the blind, speaking in many tongues, etc. Likewise, a christian might even say "Maybe our gospels are also miracles. We just don't know it yet."

So how can I prove it to myself that these so-called "christian miracles" are false or invalid?

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    Two problems here. First, this question is not about Islam, so it doesn't fit Islam SE. Second, it's broad, so it doesn't fit in SE in general. Do you have a specific "miracle" in mind? If so, maybe ask on the Skepticism SE (I'd double check that, I've never posted there so I don't know for sure what their rules for on topic are) – Student Oct 31 '16 at 14:06
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    Christians often say Jesus' incarnation or resurrection are the cardinal miracle of history, or the ultimate standard of truth. See for example C. S. Lewis' essay "The Grand Miracle". However, as a Christian, I've never heard such claims about what you call "Holy Spirit miracles" and I have never heard anything like a claim that the gospels might be miracles too. This question would be improved if it focused on claims you've actually heard, rather than hypotheticals. – Mr. Bultitude Oct 31 '16 at 17:45
  • @Mr.Bultitude By holy spirit miracles, I'm referring to faith healing by christian priests – user16329 Oct 31 '16 at 21:02
  • I understood that. I stand by everything I said previously. – Mr. Bultitude Oct 31 '16 at 22:46
  • The same way you evaluate any claims to miracles and find them to be fraudulent: you demand evidence that you can scrutinize and test, and if they dance around and put on a show without letting you look at every bit you want to look at, you discard their claims. – G. Bach Nov 1 '16 at 20:05