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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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In the case of Bible-believing Christians, their requests for miracles or favors is based on God's Word promises in the Holy Bible.
The author claims to be an atheist and, after years of research, her view on miracles has shifted.
Customers can help Rite Aid make a difference in the lives of sick and injured children being treated at Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in the communities where Rite Aid does business by purchasing a $1 Miracle Balloon.
Goscelin inspired a monk at neighboring Christ Church to compose Miracles of St.
As part of a literary phenomenon, it seems, miracle collectors merely exerted literary influence on one another: 'We must be careful not to read the miracles frozen in textual collections as having had more impact than they actually had' (p.
These perceptions depend on how one understands God's acting in the world, as well: for example, in a Christian context, whether miracles are restricted to Jesus and to the early church or continue in the present time (pp.
In the second half of the book, the author summarizes the treatment of miracles in selected canonization proceedings and other hagiographical sources.
But while some do scoff--and we all wince when a so-called faith-healer is revealed to be a fraud--it seems that most people do believe in miracles.
Consequently they are more sympathetic to the miracle tradition in the Gospels than were Achtemeier's 20th century colleagues (for example, Stevan L.
After the miracle of 1531 all human sacrifice was abolished.
Miracles like Jane's on a global scale: gifts of health, gifts of life, and satisfying a moral and public health imperative.
Even schoolmaster Father Fitzpatrick (Gordon Pinsent), a staunch believer that ``chasing after miracles is blasphemy'' might come away thinking differently.