Somethings are so good you have to do it twice. Dr. Craig Keener, professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary, delivers a lecture based on his groundbreaking book Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts. It started out as a footnote on his Acts commentary where he wanted to cite examples of other miracles. He kept digging and the footnote turned into a two volume book which is the largest academic work done on miracles. In this presentation he offers some new information in an easy to follow presentation.
Encountering his work changed my view of miracles. I already believed in them and have personally witnessed some. The difference was in learning how God was acting powerfully all over the world and that he was using all sorts of ordinary people, not just “pastors”, to bring glory to his name. Please enjoy this fascinating presentation.