Walter Wink:

Miracle is just a word we use for the things the powers have deluded us into thinking that God is unable to do.

In J. Beilby, P. Eddy, Understanding Spiritual Warfare, 66.

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  • Scott W

    Kudos to the late Walter Wink for his razor-sharp wisdom!!!!

  • Scott W

    Below is a short autobiography of Walter Wink that will give you some insight in his thinking and person.

  • Jim

    We certainly need for miracle to be rescued from Enlightenment thinking. Wouldn’t hurt if we started by recognizing that God, in scripture, is regularly engaged with the world, that there is surprise wandering around with us.

  • Mike M

    A “miracle” is seeing someone you know and respect on primetime TV.