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ISBN:
0754640302
Author:
Mark Corner
Category:
Religious Studies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Routledge; 1 edition (August 30, 2005)
Pages:
227 pages
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Signs of God reveals why discussion of the nature of miracles is of central rather than marginal importance where belief in God is concerned. Miracles cannot be shunted to one side as an embarrassing hangover from a 'pre-scientific age'

Signs of God reveals why discussion of the nature of miracles is of central rather than marginal importance where belief in God is concerned. Miracles cannot be shunted to one side as an embarrassing hangover from a 'pre-scientific age'

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Signs of God reveals why discussion of the nature of miracles is of central rather than marginal importance where belief in God is concerned. Miracles cannot be shunted to one side as an embarrassing hangover from a 'pre-scientific age'. Books related to Signs of God.

Stephen C. Roy First, it provides an update on current scholarship in contemporary Muslim interpretations of miracles by summarizing and comparing some positions that, despite their originality and/or potential influence on the wider Muslim readership, ar. .

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This engaging formulation of God's creative work challenges the common conception of God as a divine dictator and provides a more .

This engaging formulation of God's creative work challenges the common conception of God as a divine dictator and provides a more satisfying response to the perplexing problem of evil and suffering in the world. The fruit of discussions sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation, these stimulating chapters bring a needed interdisciplinary approach to this weighty new trajectory in Christian thought.

Signs of God reveals why discussion of the nature of miracles is of central . Signs of God. Miracles and their Interpretation. Aldershot, Hampshire/ Burlington, VT: Ashgate. This book provides students with a scholarly introduction to miracles, which also covers philosophical, medical and historical issues.

Mark has absolutely nailed a long-needed exhortation to dig into The Book . Tragically, people in the church today do not know the Word of God-nor how to study it. We must reverse that trend.

Mark has absolutely nailed a long-needed exhortation to dig into The Book, but also the tools for effective digging. Dennis Rainey, CEO and president, FamilyLife. After forty years of teaching, I have now found the best introduction to the wide world of biblical interpretation. Mark Yarbrough has a gift for synthesis without sacrificing scope. This is the best book on understanding and interpreting the Bible I've ever seen. Dr. Mark Yarbrough provides us a needed model, and encouragement, for recapturing the lost virtue of effective Bible study.

Miracle - Miracle - Interpretation of miracles: All the more fully developed theologies have formulated a doctrine of miracles in the context of their beliefs regarding God, the world, the operations of nature, and causality.

Signs of God: Miracles and Their Interpretation. Aldershot, Hants, England: Ashgate Pu. 2005. Geisler, Norman L. Miracles and the Modern Mind: A Defense of Biblical Miracles. Eugene, O. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2004

Signs of God: Miracles and Their Interpretation. Curr, Henry S. "The intrinsic credibility of biblical miracles. Bibliotheca Sacra 98, no. 392 (October 1, 1941): 469-478. Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2004. Geivett, R Douglas, and Gary R. Habermas, eds. In Defense of Miracles: A Comprehensive Case for God's Action in History. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1997.

Hume and miracles; Miracles and acts of God; Miracles and modern science; Miracles and the problem of evil; Part II: Miracles in Historical Perspective: The miracles of Jesus; Miracles after Jesus; Miracles after the Reformation; Christianity and the miracle of resurrection; Jesus' resurrection and the nature of God; Part III: Miracles in a Non-Christian and Contemporary Perspective: Miracles in non-Christian religions; Miracles in the modern world; Summary and conclusion; Bibliography; Index. Author(s) Bio. Mark Corner. Recommend to Librarian.

Signs of God reveals why discussion of the nature of miracles is of central rather than marginal importance where belief in God is concerned. Miracles cannot be shunted to one side as an embarrassing hangover from a 'pre-scientific age'. Miracles have played an important role in the history of all the major world religions, and many religious believers claim that they continue to do so. Yet they have also been criticized from a philosophical viewpoint as incompatible with a belief in laws of nature, and those who seek to have their religious beliefs properly attuned to the modern world often prefer to do without them. This accessible book examines the nature of miracles both in philosophical and historical terms, and concludes that, whether or not miracles happen, it is difficult to see how religious belief could survive without them.
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Good reading resource
  • Yozshubei
God is super natural and we all see miracles everyday