With “the greatest rigor possible,” Eric Metaxas examines miracles, both those in the Bible and those experienced by people he knows personally. He also scrutinizes the relationship between science and miracles and considers the question, “Is life a miracle?”
With compelling logic and deep faith, Metaxas shares stories inthis book of conversion miracles, physical and inner healing miracles, angelic miracles, and more, all of which display “the essential meaning of miracles . . . to point us to the God behind the miracles.”
Particularly moving are two stories Metaxas tells about his personal faith journey: the story of the dream of the golden fish that led to his conversion and the story of the dream that helped him to write Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy, the epic biography of the German theologian who was martyred for his opposition to Hitler. (Dutton)
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