In the Early Church How Often Did Non-Apostles Work Miracles?

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Max Aplin

I have been a Christian for over 30 years. I have a Ph.D. in New Testament from the University of Edinburgh. I am a British national and I currently live in the south of Scotland. You are very welcome to take any of my articles to post on your website, blog etc. If you do this, you may Americanise the English spellings, leave out the links at the end of the article, and change the format of subheadings, quotations etc., if you want. But please attach my name and keep the content of the article unaltered. Check out my blog, "The Orthotometist" above.

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2 Responses

  1. Ifeanyichukwu Uka says:

    Heĺlo.. I came across this article while searching if miracles followed on after the death of Jesus. My hypothesis is that miracles performed were those requested from God by apostles them selves. Like Paul and Silas praying. When I look at the Bible from Old testament to revelations God went from speaking to Man directly to the prophets till after Christ and then only the holy spirit ministered to the apostles. I believe miracles today are manifested in the brains of men. That’s why man could create the plane phones cars etc. What do you think? I see all the pastors today perform so called miracles and I shrug why have they not healed anyone with cancer? Or AIDS? I think they are just specialists in crowd hypnosis

  2. Kevin Eaton says:

    Very good article. I don’t see anywhere in scripture that miracles and healings ceased with Apostles. In fact the Bible tells us and encourages us to walk in faith, pray for the sick and ask God for anything according to his will.
    Thank You!

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