MIRACLE


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MIRACLE

Abbreviation for:
Multicentre InSync™ Randomized Clinical Evaluation

Paranormal
(lowercase) A transgression of a law of nature by a particular volition of a god or gods, or by the interposition of some invisible agent.

MIRACLE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Multicenter InSync Randomized Clinical Evaluation–a study of resynchronization therapy in Pts with end-stage heart failure
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There are miracles in the Bible performed as demonstrative evidence to unbelievers.
Faith is exercised to some extent, and the faith that deviates greatly from accepted views of reality is generally credited with producing miracles.
9 million, helping to make millions of miracles happen at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals," said Ken Martindale, Rite Aid's chief operating officer and president of the Rite Aid Foundation.
Chapter one, "Narrating the Saint's Works: Conversations, Personal Stories, and the Making of Cults;' describes how miracle stories were circulated, not from use of models, but through oral repetition.
It is difficult to take issue with this without knowing how Koopmans defines a miracle collection.
The Christian perception of miracle as fact characterizes the medieval period but not our own.
Previous, more comprehensive treatments of these issues include (among others) the works of Pierre-Andre Sigal and Andre Vauchez as well as the rich essay compilation Miracles, prodiges, et merveilles au Moyen Age (Paris, 1995).
Miracle stories are found in many of the major religious traditions--from the stories of the miracles of Lord Krishna in the Hindu tradition, to those attributed to the Prophet Muhammad, to the miracles of the Buddhist saints.
Many people have witnessed this miracle through the centuries, including the Bishop of Taxcala, Luis Munive Escobar in 19877 Fr.
At this revelation, when people realized that their miracle was no more, an ugly, combative atmosphere developed at the Sago Baptist Church.
Africa currently lacks a critical mass of health professionals--people who have seen with their own eyes and experienced the miracle of a seriously ill or dying HIV-infected child restored to health by HAART.