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She said that something really amazing is going to happen here at this certain date and they told everybody. This book is by Stanley Jaki, who is a physicist and a Catholic priest and a science historian.He goes into 360 pages of interviewing people and documenting all this.He’s in China for a couple of years and he basically turned into an agnostic and came within spitting distance of becoming an atheist, which really shook me up. “There is no scientific evidence whatsoever of any miracles ever actually occurring.” And I’m like, “Uh…let me ask my sales manager and get back to you.” I hate it when people ask ‘elephant in the room’ questions.Bryan is a very smart guy, and one of the questions that he asked was this. I know Greek, I know Hebrew, I know Aramaic, and when I read the New Testament I do not see any reason whatsoever from the text why we should not have miracles today. Now, if you’ve been in any strand of Christianity for any length of time, you will encounter miracle stories.We were at a little church service and Jeremy goes up to the pastor and says, “Tell these people that if they want healing prayer at the end of the service, I’ll pray for them.” So the pastor tells all the people and everyone was like, “Well, okay, I’ll go over there!” Jeremy was like, “Perry, Perry, come over here and help me! There was a woman whose whole left arm was paralyzed.
Another book that I ran across that I found real interesting that isn’t really about miracles but is about the metaphysical world is called , by Robert Jahn and Brenda Dunne.The crunching was all gone and she was moving her shoulder and she was all excited.Then I go home and I’m like, “I wonder if this actually stuck.She was so excited, she didn’t know what to do with herself.A guy came in with a broken wrist, holding it like that; by the end, he was jumping up and down, he was so excited.
There was another lady who had a severe shoulder injury and she couldn’t move her shoulder past about here.