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Craig S. Keener, Ph.D. (Duke University), is F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. He is author of many books, including Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts (Baker Academic, 2011), the bestselling IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels, Gift and Giver: The Holy Spirit for Today, and commentaries on Acts, Matthew, John, Romans, 1-2 Corinthians, and Revelation. In addition to having written more than seventy academic articles, several booklets and more than 150 popular-level articles, Craig is is the New Testament editor (and author of most New Testament notes) for the The NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible. He is married to Dr. Médine Moussounga Keener, who is from the Republic of Congo, and together they have worked for ethnic reconciliation in North America and Africa. Craig and Médine wrote Impossible Love: The True Story of an African Civil War, Miracles and Hope against All Odds (Chosen, 2016) to share their story. sites.google.com/site/drckeener

R. T. Kendall: Holy Fire, reviewed by Craig S. Keener

R. T. Kendall: Holy Fire, reviewed by Craig S. Keener

  R. T. Kendall, Holy Fire: A Balanced, Biblical Look at the Holy Spirit’s Work in Our Lives (Lake Mary: Charisma House, 2014), 256 pages, ISBN 9781621366041. In his nine-page foreword, Jack Hayford rightly titles this “a landmark book.” He also rightly highlights Kendall’s work as irenic (pp. xxi-xxii), offering a notable contrast to some […]

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Craig S. Keener: The Disciple to the Nations: Matthew's Missiology

Craig S. Keener: The Disciple to the Nations: Matthew’s Missiology

A sermon on Matthew 28:18-20 preached by Craig S. Keener at the opening of the 2014 Biblical Studies Lectures at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.

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Craig S. Keener: Miracles Symposium

Craig S. Keener: Miracles Symposium

Presented by Craig S. Keener in conjunction with Tactical Faith at the 25th annual Biblical Studies Lectures, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University. Beeson Divinity School is an interdenominational, evangelical divinity school on the campus of Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Apologetics315 interviews Craig S. Keener

Apologetics315 interviews Craig S. Keener

Craig S. Keener discusses his testimony and his book, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts with Apologetics315 in this 69 minute interview.

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Excerpts from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener as appearing in Pneuma Review Fall 2013

Excerpts from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener as appearing in Pneuma Review Fall 2013

Excerpts from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener as appearing in Pneuma Review Fall 2013 “Are Miracles Possible?” by Craig S. Keener http://pneumareview.com/are-miracles-possible-craig-keener/ “Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity,” by Craig S. Keener http://pneumareview.com/miracle-accounts-craig-keener/ “Miracle Accounts: Multicultural Approach,” by Craig S. Keener http://pneumareview.com/miracle-accounts-multicultural-approach-craig-keener/ “Miracle Accounts: Majority World Perspectives,” by Craig S. […]

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Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity, by Craig S. Keener

Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity, by Craig S. Keener

An excerpt from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener. From Pneuma Review Fall 2013. From the introduction to Part 3, “Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity” Pages 209-210 The principle of analogy once used to argue against all ancient miracles (either the occurrence of some sorts of extranormal phenomena or their […]

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Craig S. Keener: MIRACLES

Craig S. Keener: MIRACLES

  Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts   Why Miracles Happen Today   Miracles: Answer Skeptics   Miracles: Healing Blindness   Miracles: Medical Proof   Miracles: Raised from the Dead   Miracles: Mass Conversions   Miracles: Less Common in the West?   Miracles: John Wesley   Miracles: Keener’s Reflections  

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Miracle Accounts: Majority World Perspectives, by Craig S. Keener

Miracle Accounts: Majority World Perspectives, by Craig S. Keener

An excerpt from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener. From Pneuma Review Fall 2013. From Part 3, “Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity” Chapter 7, “Majority World Perspectives” Pages 238-241 For these countries alone, and for Pentecostals and charismatics in these countries alone, the estimated total of people claiming to have […]

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Miracles and Medical Documentation, by Craig S. Keener

Miracles and Medical Documentation, by Craig S. Keener

  An excerpt from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener. From Pneuma Review Fall 2013. From Part 4, “Proposed Explanations” Chapter 15, “More Extranormal Cases” Page 721 Implications of and Prospects for Medical Documentation Gardner insists that modern comparative examples can chasten our excessive tendency to skepticism of all […]

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Miracle Accounts: Multicultural Approach, by Craig S. Keener

Miracle Accounts: Multicultural Approach, by Craig S. Keener

An excerpt from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener. From Pneuma Review Fall 2013. From Part 3, “Miracle Accounts beyond Antiquity” Chapter 7, “Majority World Perspectives” Pages 214-219 A Multicultural Approach Social scientists have noted that, despite a variety of interpretations, “people from all cultures relate stories of spontaneous, […]

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Are Miracles Possible? by Craig S. Keener

Are Miracles Possible? by Craig S. Keener

An excerpt from Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, by Craig S. Keener. From Pneuma Review Fall 2013. From Part 2, “Are Miracles Possible?” Chapter 5, “Hume and Philosophic Questions” Pages 161-167 The Circularity of Hume’s Approach Houston challenges at length Hume’s belief that the general improbability of events in a particular class […]

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Why Miracles Happen Today, with Craig S. Keener

Why Miracles Happen Today, with Craig S. Keener

Craig S. Keener discusses his book, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts. Part of the Seedbed series from Asbury Theological Seminary.

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Miracles: Keener's Reflections

Miracles: Keener’s Reflections

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Miracles: Raised from the Dead, with Craig S. Keener

Miracles: Raised from the Dead, with Craig S. Keener

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