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Summer 2012: Other Significant Articles

 

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Tim Stafford, “Miracles in Mozambique: How Mama Heidi Reaches the Abandoned” Christianity Today (May 2012), pages 18-26.

The tag line for the article offers an excellent summary: “There are credible reports that Heidi Baker heals the deaf and raises the dead. One thing is for sure: She loves the poor like no other in this forgotten corner of the planet.”

christianitytoday.com/ct/2012/may/miracles-in-mozambique.html

See also: http://morect.com/heidi

 

“It’s Okay to Expect a Miracle: Scholar Craig Keener rediscovers the reality of divine intervention” Christianity Today (December 2011), pages 34-37.

This interview by Tim Stafford may be read here:

http://christianitytoday.com/ct/2011/december/okay-to-expect-miracle.html

 

Rusty Wright, “Tiananmen Leader’s Divine Cause” (May 1, 2012).

 

Benjamin Wiker, “Are We Born Believers?” ToTheSource (May 2, 2012).

Cognitive scientist Justin Barrett argues that belief in God/gods is natural.

 

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