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Evangelicalism is in Such a Sad State that we have to Add Caveats to Talk about Miracles

Evangelicalism is in Such a Sad State that we have to Add Caveats to Talk about Miracles

Evangelicals cannot make up their mind about miracles. They typically affirm the “supernatural in theory but deny it in practice.”[1] Although charismata’s scriptural precedent is acknowledged, many are persuaded that it “is not the essence of religion.”[2] Billy Graham, Evangelicalism’s chief architect, declared, “As we approach the end of the age … I believe we […]

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