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The Anatomy of a Miracle
Miracles are not for the deserving, but for the believing! Deep within every person is a longing for the miraculous. When we slow down enough to listen to the intuitive voice that speaks from within, we know miracles should be experienced with the greatest of ease. Yet, the hope for the miraculous is clouded by the many voices that make miracles seem difficult or even unat ...more
Paperback, 203 pages
Published February 10th 2009 by MileStones International Publishers
(first published February 1st 2009)
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This book is indescribable. It has a completely different view of the miraculous realm, even though it has been written by a committed, Christian minister. He did not write it for a Christian audience however, as he believes that God made the universe with miraculous "built in," so is available to all who bother to learn of His creation of it. We will be thinking over these ideas for a good, long time. Meaty!
I dont understand the idea of this book. Does the author is trying to convince us that miracle is in it's deepest meaning a science thing? For whom is that book, for believers, non-believers, agnostics? It doesn't convince me at all. While admiring the author and his other books, this book for me was a waste of time and money