Miracles: What the Bible Says
by Douglas Connelly
Publisher: InterVarsity Press 1997
Number of pages: 202
Claims of miracle stories are all around us. They come from New Agers, Christian Scientists, and Hindus as well as Christians with a broad range of theologies. How are we to evaluate the validity of miracles in light of biblical truth? Douglas Connelly has looked at what Scripture has to say and can help you understand what it means for you. This book evaluates a variety of true and false miracle accounts as well as the signs and wonders movement and physical healing, while offering a biblical picture.
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