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Craig Keener: He Still Heals

 

Craig S. Keener, “He Still Heals” Charisma (August 2010), pages 52-55.

Have you experienced a miraculous healing?

This brief article contains reports of significant healings and miracles from around the world, including: the Republic of Congo, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines. Among the miracles mentioned are people being raised from the dead, something Craig Keener has come across more than 150 cases of. Some of the information that the author has gathered has come from people that he knows personally. Keener’s research indicates that these miraculous events are happening in our world more frequently than we might think. He believes that the miraculous is taking place on an even greater scale than his research reveals because his research sample is relatively small in size.

Why do we not see miracles as often in America as they are seen in the majority world?

In this article the author also touches on some reasons why we may not be seeing the miraculous happening in America with the frequency that it appears to be taking place overseas. What makes this article so significant is that it is written by a highly respected New Testament scholar. Dr. Craig Keener has written a number of major biblical commentaries and he is known for his thorough research. The article mentions that he has a book coming out about the subject of miracles. This forthcoming book will very likely be a major contribution to the subject of the miraculous working of God in the church and in the world.

Reviewed by John P. Lathrop

 

At the time of publication, this article was available online at: strang.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vstr10/i9/p32

 

Editor’s Note: In this special 35th Anniversary edition of Charisma, you will also find these articles:

Fuchsia Pickett, “Introducing the Holy Spirit” strang.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vstr10/i9/p21

Rachel Burchfield, “Baptism 2.0 Basics: The Most Frequently Asked Questions About the Baptism of the Holy Spirit” strang.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vstr10/i9/p24

Matt Sorger, “Get Plugged In: 8 Ways to Connect with God’s Supernatural Power”       strang.imirus.com/Mpowered/book/vstr10/i9/p36

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Category: Spirit, Winter 2011

About the Author: John P. Lathrop is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is an ordained minister with the International Fellowship of Christian Assemblies. He has written for a number of publications and is the author of four books Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists, Pastors, and Teachers Then and Now (Xulon Press, 2008), The Power and Practice of the Church: God, Discipleship, and Ministry (J. Timothy King, 2010), Answer the Prayer of Jesus: A Call for Biblical Unity (Wipf & Stock, 2011) and Dreams & Visions: Divine Interventions in Human Experience (J. Timothy King, 2012). He also served as co-editor of the book Creative Ways to Build Christian Community (Wipf & Stock, 2013). Amazon Author page. Facebook

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