Plot[ edit ] The series begins as Paul Callan Skeet Ulrichan investigator of modern miracles for the Catholic Church at the Archdiocese of Boston, is feeling frustrated with disappointing groups of believers each time he investigates and disproves the authenticity of a supposed "miracle". Months later while doing humanitarian work in Arizona, Paul receives a phone call from Poppi asking him to investigate the case of a young boy with supposed healing powers in the nearby town of Cottonwood.
They ceased with the disciples. Dozens of personal experiences and medically documented cases have caused me to do a on this.
The idea that miracles are fake is literally the 8th lie of Organized Religion. Fake miracles masquerading as real ones are the other side of that coin, by the way… and there are many fake miracles.
Miracles are far more common than many would have you believe. Today, I share several of my own personal experiences.
And several thoroughly documented events. Before we dig in, I need to tell you a conversation with my younger brother Bryan, whose story I tell in my book Evolution 2.
Because of mounting doubts, he was bailing on the whole thing. He says to me: And you know what? No personal experiences of my own to report.
Nowhere is there so much as a hint that the miracles were going to go away. In fact miracles are held out as proof of the authenticity of Jesus as the Son of God. From healing the paralytic to forgiving sins to feeding the to rising from the dead, all are offered as things only God can do.
I was quite concerned that he was right about the placebo effect and the wishful thinking. Felt like a sucker. Plus, when you turn on the TV and see the faith healers plying their trade, most of us run out of the room screaming.
Educated people are way too smart for that, right? What if all this stuff about miracles is hocus-pocus and Santa Claus? What an icky, shameful feeling. My eyes were suddenly wide open for information that would either confirm or deny this.
For several months I was almost persuaded that he might be right. But little by little things started happening. The evidence began to point the other way.
I had lunch near Cincinnati Ohio with an old co-worker named Charlie Keck. Charlie was an engineer who lived in Tipp City Ohio.The Club features Christian testimonies of miracles, healings, and other inspirational stories.
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7 Great Lies of Organized Religion – Lie #8. Where I grew up, they said: “Miracles don’t happen anymore. They ceased with the disciples.” I believed what they told me.
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