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by Dallas A. Brauwinger
Author: Dallas A. Brauwinger
Publisher: Css Pub Co (September 1, 1998)
Category: Books for Christians
Subcategory: Ministry and Evangelism
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Preaching the Miracles book.
Preaching the Miracles book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Preaching the Miracles: Series II, Cycle C. by. Dallas A. Brauninger.
Preaching The Parables provides a gold mine of background material on each of the eighteen parables appearing in Cycle C of the Revised Common Lectionary. Dallas Brauninger brings a fresh, imaginative approach to these familiar texts, probing them to reveal what they tell us about God and inviting further reflection on what they mean for us today. Jesus used his parables to teach ordinary persons with mundane concerns about the kingdom of God; and because these simple stories contain universal truth that transcends time and culture, they still strike a powerful chord with us nearly two millennia later.
The Augsburg Book of Miracles (also known simply as The Book of Miracles) is an illustrated manuscript made in Augsburg in Germany in the 16th century. Based on watermarks on some of the pages, the frequency with which events in Augsburg and its environs appear and the naming of Augsburg artist and printmaker Hans Burgkmair within it, it has been concluded that the manuscript was most likely produced in Augsburg.
A guide to preaching the parables that shows how to first interpret the parables, then proclaim their significance. Paperback: 252 pages. Publisher: Baker Academic (July 1, 2004).
Miracles is a book written by C. S. Lewis, originally published in 1947 and revised in 1960. Lewis argues that before one can learn from the study of history whether or not any miracles have ever occurred, one must first settle the philosophical question of whether it is logically possible that miracles can occur in principle
The meaning of miracles in the book of Acts is best understood by defining the words used to describe these miracles.
The meaning of miracles in the book of Acts is best understood by defining the words used to describe these miracles. The word σημειον is used thirteen times in the book of Acts in reference to miraculous events. This word means a sign, or token. Thayer defines it as an unusual occurrence transcending the common course of nature. This is, of course, a miracle.
Let us note the miracles that are recorded in the book of Acts. The Lord appeared to Saul, but Saul is unsaved until he responds to the preaching of the gospel by Ananias (9:3-9). Ananias healed Saul’s blindness (9:17-18). Luke refers to the visible appearance of Jesus after his resurrection (1:3). The inspired historian records the miraculous ascension of Christ into heaven (1:9). We read, in Acts 2, of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the twelve apostles, accompanied by the miraculous wind, fire, and speaking in tongues (. Peter healed Aeneas (9:32-35).
Christian preaching isn’t a lecture or monologue, but a miracle of the Holy Spirit working in and through the pastor and . Preaching is not a subspecies of natural rhetoric.
Christian preaching isn’t a lecture or monologue, but a miracle of the Holy Spirit working in and through the pastor and the people. Rhetoric - natural oratory - can move the natural mind in stunning ways.