This work is widely acknowledged as being the most comprehensive and penetrating study of the subject in the English language. He has a keen sensitivity to the meaning and interpretation of the Biblical text believing and insisting that God’s Word shall speak for itself. Yet, he includes the opinions of a wide array of recognized authorities of his day on the subject of miracles that adds honesty and authenticity.
Trench produced engaging lessons which are embedded in the miracles of our Lord. Trench was a decisive influence in the early stages of the monumental Oxford English Dictionary. He addresses all of the difficult and interesting questions that have been raised in connection with miracles and are discussed with considerable fullness.
Preliminary Essay The Miracles and Nature The Authority of the Miracles The Evangelical compared with other Cycles of Miracles The Apologetic Worth of the Miracles The Restoring of the Man with a Withered Hand The Woman with a Spirit of Infirmity The Healing of one Deaf and Dumb The Miraculous Feeding of Four Thousand The Opening the Eyes of one Blind at Bethsaida The Healing of the Lunatic Child The Stater in the Fish’s Mouth The liaising of Lazarus The Opening the Eyes of Two Blind Men near Jericho 494 The Withering of the Fruitless Fig Tree The Healing of the Man with a Dropsy The Cleansing of the Ten Lepers The Healing of the Daughter of the Syrophenician Woman
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