The Cambridge companion to miracles

Level E A202 /761326 On loanDue: 15-07-2020
Full title: The Cambridge companion to miracles / edited by Graham H. Twelftree.
Other authors: Twelftree, Graham H.
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : miracle in an age of diversity /
  • Graham H. Twelftree
  • pt. I. Fundamental issues.
  • What is a miracle? /
  • David Basinger
  • The meanings of miracle /
  • Robert A. Larmer
  • pt. II. Miracles in antiquity and the Middle Ages.
  • Miracles in the Hebrew Bible /
  • R. Walter L. Moberly
  • Miracles in the Greek and Roman world /
  • Robert Garland
  • Miracles in Second Temple and early rabbinic Judaism /
  • Lidija Novakovic
  • The miracles of Jesus /
  • Barry L. Blackburn
  • Miracles in early Christianity /
  • James Carleton Paget
  • Miracles in the Middle Ages /
  • Benedicta Ward
  • pt. III. Miracles and major religions.
  • Miracles in traditional religions /
  • Fiona Bowie
  • Miracles in Hinduism /
  • Gavin Flood
  • Miracles in Islam /
  • David Thomas
  • Tales of miraculous teachings : miracles in early Indian Buddhism /
  • Rupert Gethin
  • Miracles in Christianity /
  • Ralph Del Colle
  • Miracles in Jewish philosophy /
  • Kenneth Seeskin
  • pt. IV. Miracle today.
  • Issues in the history of the debates on miracles /
  • Colin Brown
  • Philosophers on miracles /
  • Michael P. Levine
  • Patient belief in miraculous healing : positive or negative coping resource? /
  • Niels Christian Hvidt.