The Wonder of nature: or Europe"s miracle being a strange account of one Hen. T" Kent a little boy of seven years of age, at Mr. Powel"s Coffee-House near the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, who hath legible white letters round the ball of his right eye ... : To which is added, his birth and parentage ..

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Published by London: Printed by Jer. Wilkins, near Fleet-Street, 1701. Reprinted at Boston in [Boston] .

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  • Kent, Henrick T., -- b. 1693.,
  • Miracles.,
  • Curiosities and wonders.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 39389.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL14578759M

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When we thank God for our blessings, we should never forget to mention these. The word ‘wonders’ is used only twice in the synoptics, both reporting the same message of Jesus, and then only to refer to the miraculous works of the false Christs and false prophets who would come towards the end of the age – Matthew 1.

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In folios with 23 inserts, each page fully. Traditionally understood, a miracle is a supernatural sign or wonder, brought about by God, signifying His glory and the salvation of mankind.

As a sign, a miracle is perceived by the senses and makes present the supernatural order, God's governance of nature, and His loving plan of salvation.

Miracles are a call to faith. Discussion. You’re probably thinking of the open miracles—those in-your-face gashes in nature’s otherwise tidy, patterned wallpaper. Miracles like those that occurred at the time of the Exodus, or those performed by Elisha the prophet. Water turns to blood, dirt to lice, a sea into dry land, and the dead return to : Tzvi Freeman.

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“Ants are creatures who have been living under a social system and in groups since the day they were. From the Latin miraculum, ‘object of wonder’, in modern discussions the term miracle has come to mean something like: a supernatural contradiction or violation of the laws of nature. There is an entire worldview locked up in this description, one heavily indebted to the Enlightenment (particularly 18th-century philosopher David Hume.

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Catholic Encyclopedia ()/Miracle. unless it takes place in a sensible manner, as, e.g., in the case of St. Paul. The wonder of the miracle is due to the fact that its cause is hidden, and an effect is expected other than what actually takes place. To him nature is the book of God's work revealing the Creator through the design.

Darwin’s sense of the wonder of nature, so clear in this introduction, continues as a theme throughout the Origin of allows each species to reach a high degree of adaptability in its specific environment, as is shown by the formation of a woodpecker’s beak to catch insects, or the structure of a parasite to attach itself to other animals.

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Signs and wonders are events that cannot be explained through science or the laws of nature. After Jesus returned to the Father, the book of Acts records the disciples of Jesus praying to God to grant that miracles be done for the purpose of showing where God was working.You will find no claims for miracle cures in this book.

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Nature, the supplement of man, His hidden sense interpret can;— What friend to friend cannot convey Shall the dumb bird instructed say. Passing yonder oak, I heard Sharp accents of my woodland bird; I watched the singer with delight,— But mark what changed my joy to fright,—.

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