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The God of Miracles

C John Collins

Paperback 2001-04-20

Is it intellectually responsible or credible to talk of 'special divine action'? Dr Collins offers a wide-ranging evaluation of the biblical teaching on miracles, 'nature', 'cause' and special divine action. He ably defends the biblical view from empiricist, rationalist or postmodern critiques. 224 pages, from Apollos.

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For centuries God's existence and the believability of miracles has been debated. Here C. John Collins provides a thorough exegetical foundation for discussing God's action in the world while offering a concise examination of the philosophical, theological, scientific, and apologetic questions that it raises. This extensive work contrasts the options within traditional Christian theism and presents powerful evidence that it is intellectually responsible for us to embrace the biblical view of God's action in the world.

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Is it intellectually responsible or credible to talk of 'special divine action'? Dr Collins offers a wide-ranging evaluation of the biblical teaching on miracles, 'nature', 'cause' and special divine action. He ably defends the biblical view from empiricist, rationalist or postmodern critiques. 224 pages, from Apollos.

Publisher Description

For centuries God's existence and the believability of miracles has been debated. Here C. John Collins provides a thorough exegetical foundation for discussing God's action in the world while offering a concise examination of the philosophical, theological, scientific, and apologetic questions that it raises. This extensive work contrasts the options within traditional Christian theism and presents powerful evidence that it is intellectually responsible for us to embrace the biblical view of God's action in the world.

Koorong Code163134
ISBN0851114776
EAN9780851114774
Pages208
DepartmentAcademic
CategoryTheology
Sub-CategoryGod & Trinity
PublisherApollos
Publication DateApr 2001
Dimensions18 x 133 x 215mm
Weight0.276kg