Miracles of Jesus

by Karl Beth


The Miracles of Jesus (1907) by Karl Beth uses three perspectives. The first perspective is"Our Task". How does the reader approach miracles? What are the underlying beliefs and expectations regarding the miracles performed by Jesus? The second perspective is Jesus'."What Jesus says of the meaning of his miracles" is the title used for this section of the book. The reader is challenged to see miracles (and their context) as Jesus saw them. The final perspective is history."What we can say on the Historicity of the Miracles of Jesus" also challenges the reader to know the reality of Jesus' miracles as opposed to simply"fictitious legends." Beth's book regarding miracles causes one to delve deeper into this particular aspect of the Gospel.

Wailand Groenendyk
CCEL Staff Writer

About Karl Beth

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  Born: 1872
Died: 1959
Related topics: Miracles of Jesus Christ, Magic, History, Theology, Doctrinal, Christianity, …
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