Jesus’ Miracles as a credibile means of God’s Revelation Fundmental Theology Perspective
Miracle has generated different opinions for and against, for a very long time now as a credible means of God’s Revelation. Many have tried to define miracle either as a marvelous sign from God or as a violation of natural laws. Revelation is a source of knowledge and information to us. And it has been historically proved that Jesus performed miracles during his earthly ministry. Many biblical scholars attested to this in their research findings. Altogether, miracles have shown that God’s power is active in the world. However, some people see miracle as a form of magic, but there is a distinction between them although the gap is not wide. More still, others have rejected its possibility arguing that it is against the natural laws and cannot be proved scientifically. Deists and naturalists are in the group that rejects miracles. The standard measurement of a true knowledge for this group that rejects miracles is solely science. The purpose of this write up is to present miracles as a credible means of God’s Revelation from Fundamental theology point of view.
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