It performs no miracles accidentally. It's as thoroughly competent to do the next
miracle presented as the first one. As A Course in Miracles notes on the first page
, “There is no order of difficulty in miracles.” So why don't Christians who profess ...
Author: Emma C. Hopkins
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
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The miracles recorded in the Bible, which had before seemed to me supernatural
, grew divinely natural and ... allness of Spirit, could utilize Truth, and absolutely
reduce the demonstration of being, in Science, to the apprehension of the age.
Author: Mary Baker Eddy
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Mary Baker Eddy was the founder of the Christian Scientist denomination. She was born at Bow, near Concord, N. H. She founded the first Christian Science Church at Boston in 1879, and opened the Massachusetts Metaphysical College there in 1881. She frequently appeared upon the lecture platform, and wrote much for the Christian Science publications, but is most widely known as the author of Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures. This edition includes the following writings: Unity Of Good Rudimental Divine Science Retrospection And Introspection Pulpit And Press No And Yes Poems
Influence of the external world on the spirit, 141. Of animals over animals, 179. ...
Law, as supreme in the spiritual as in the physical world, 260, 376. Leadership,
its causes, 26. ... Miracles, in the spirit-world, 377, 386. Motion, 96. Equivalent of ...
All miracles and wonderful occurrences which have taken place since the world
began are just so many demonstrations of the power of mind over matter ,
nothing more or less . They are not , strictly speaking , supernatural , and they will
Clearly , then , this is not a homogenous collection of scientists , interviews and
essays . Some authors believe in God , others do not ; some defend the
possibility of miracles , while others vehemently deny that a miracle could occur .
Author: Kirk Wegter-McNelly
Publisher: Psychology Press
Addressing fundamental questions about life, death and the universe, Science and the Spiritual Questexamines the ways in which scientists negotiate the complex frontiers between their scientific and religious beliefs. Distinguished cosmologists, physicians, biologists and computer scientists of different faiths explore the connections between the domain of science and the realms of ethics, spirituality and the divine. Through essays and frank interviews, they offer honest, stimulating, and often intensely personal thoughts about life's most impenetrable mysteries. This unique volume presents radical new approaches to the religion/science debate and highlights the continued importance of the 'spiritual quest' in a world transformed by the developments of science.
A Semi-monthly Magazine Devoted to Spiritual Science, the Elucidation of Truth,
and the Progress of Mind. of his life , when his miracles were alleged to have
been wrought . THE SPIRIT MESSENGER . Thus , as a mere biography , the
I do not speak of mathematical science, but of moral and spiritual science, for to
some extent these subjects admit of the most ... or proves its own statements or
representations of Truth; but in this portion of the Bible, I find no place for miracles
God, Science, and Psychology in the Paranormal J. Harold Ellens. our
observable and measurable realities, we have the possibility of a spiritual world
and reality that exists simultaneously with our contemporary observable,
Author: J. Harold Ellens
Can science, psychology, and biology explain miracles? This three-volume set attempts to answer that question, presenting the latest, as well as classic, thinking and research regarding miracles from fields that include psychology, psychiatry, theology, biology, and history. We have all heard of what seem miraculous events, which have surfaced across history. They range from stigmata and bleeding icons to deadly tumors that disappear and healers who succeed just by laying hands on the afflicted; from people who can predict unexpected events to so-called mediums and those who can allegedly see and speak with the dead. These books, led by an eminent scholar who serves as series editor for the Praeger series Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality, examine miracles of body, mind, and spirit, presenting the most recent research and writing on these uncommon events, aiming to bring hard science to some of the most persistent and peculiar phenomena associated with the human race. Can science, psychology, and biology explain miracles? This three-volume set attempts to answer that question, presenting the latest, as well as classic, thinking and research regarding miracles from fields that include psychology, psychiatry, theology, biology, and history. From news of a crippled woman who left her wheelchair and walked after an evangelist prayed over her, to stories of people who died on the operating table only to be revived to tell of bright lights and the pathway to the afterlife, we've all heard of what seem miraculous events. They have surfaced across history. They range from stigmata and bleeding icons to deadly tumors that disappear, and healers who succeed just by laying hands on the afflicted; from people who can predict unexpected events to so-called mediums and those who can allegedly see and speak with the dead. Some miracles are intricately tied to religious beliefs, but there are millions of people who ascribe to no particular religion, yet still believe that things happen that defy all laws of nature, and thus defy scientific explanation. In these books, eminent scholar J. Harold Ellens and his team of expert contributors examine miracles of body, mind, and spirit, presenting the most recent research and writing on these uncommon events as they aim to bring hard science to some of the most persistent—and peculiar—phenomena associated with the human race.
The members of the Church also partook of this Spirit, through the ministry of the
Apostles, by which miraculous gifts were imparted unto them, some to one, and
some to another: some to speak in tongues; some to interpret, or translate from ...