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Miracles

Miracles

A Journalist Looks at Modern-Day Experiences of God's Power

By Tim Stafford

"Probing, clarifying, and speaking to skeptics and believers alike, Stafford is thoroughly convincing as he digs deep to comment on biblical and contemporary examples of miracles."—Luci Shaw, author, Breath for the Bones, What the Light Was Like

JOIN OUR LIVE CHAT ON MIRACLES: WED., JULY 25, 2-3 PM, HERE

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Should you expect miracles? Ignore them? Pray for them? How active is God in the world today? Read more about the new book on modern-day miracles by award-winning journalist Tim Stafford.

Book Excerpt

Book Excerpt

Read Chapters 1 and 2 of Tim Stafford's "Miracles: A Journalist Looks at Modern Day Experiences of God's Power"

Join our Live Chat on Miracles July 25!

Join our Live Chat on Miracles July 25!

Chat with Tim Stafford about his new book and share your own experiences of modern miracles on Wednesday, July 25, from 2-3 pm EST, right here at the Book Club.

Do You Believe in Miracles? A Q&A with Tim Stafford

Do You Believe in Miracles? A Q&A with Tim Stafford

The award-winning journalist talks about his new book, and the case for believing in modern miracles.

Book Club Roundtable

A Helpful Corrective on Miracles

A Helpful Corrective on Miracles

James McGrath

While I view several matters differently than Stafford does, I can still recommend his book as offering a much-needed corrective to sloppy and unhelpful thinking about miracles that tends to predominate in Evangelical circles. 

Road Maps to the Kingdom

Road Maps to the Kingdom

Joanne McPortland

Stafford’s penultimate chapter, What We Know and How We Should Use It, should be required reading for Christians across the board, whatever their stance toward miracles.

Musings on Miracles

Musings on Miracles

Bruce Epperly

I started reading Miracles at daybreak and finished by late morning, sipping coffee and nodding my head at Stafford’s solid scholarship and theological insight.

Everything's a Miracle

Everything's a Miracle

Carl Gregg

The same natural laws governed the universe before, during, and after the biblical period. Neither the Bible nor any other sacred text correlates to some magical time when the laws of physics were periodically suspended — either yesterday or today.

Miracles and X-Files

Miracles and X-Files

Fred Clark

Reading Miracles, I kept feeling like AD Walter Skinner on The X-Files, listening to another astonishing report from Agent Fox Mulder. I kept wanting to ask the question Skinner always asked, “What does Agent Scully think about this?”

Coming Around on Miracles

Coming Around on Miracles

James Pence

I find the subject of miracles fascinating, largely because I've held just about every possible opinion regarding their existence or non-existence.

Join the Roundtable Discussion!

Join the Roundtable Discussion!

Email us at books@patheos.com with your 300-500 word reflection on this book.
Selected entries may receive a free copy of one of our future book club books!

Do Miracles Happen? A Q&A with author/journalist Tim Stafford

Live Chat with Author, Wednesday 7/25, 2-3pm EDT

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