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  • Author: Richard C. Trench
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  • Suggest New Tag:: miracles, Jesus, apologetics, new testament

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Download Trench, Richard C. - Notes On the Miracles Of Our Lord

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Apologetics / Evangelism Christology
Richard C. Trench

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

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miracles, Jesus, apologetics, new testament

In the Preliminary Essay to this work, all of the momentous and interesting questions that have been raised in connection with miracles are discussed with considerable fullness. The Essay consists of six chapters:
I. On the Names of Miracles - i.e. the Greek works by which they are designated in the New Testament.
II. The Miracles and Nature - What is the difference between a Miracle and any event in the ordinary course of Nature?
III. The Authority of Miracles - Is the Miracle to command absolute obedience?
IV. The Evangelical compared with the other cycles of Miracles.
V. The Assaults on the Miracles -
  • The Jewish
  • The Heathen
  • The Pantheistic
  • The Skeptical
  • The Miracles only relatively miraculous
  • The Rationalistic
  • The Hisorico-Critical
VI. The Apologetic Worth of Miracles
About the Author

Richard Chenevix Trench was born in Dublin in 1807, the son of a barrister-at-law. Trench was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge. He left Cambridge in 1829 and after a period of depression and despondency, which he relieved by writing poetry, he was ordained in 1832. After brief curacies, he became professor of divinity in King's College, London (1846-1858), dean of Westminster (1856-1863), and finally archbishop of Dublin (1863-1884).

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