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The science of miracles

“Miracles are performed by man for God–not by God for man”, said Dr. George King , in a typically thought-provoking statement. Central to his teaching was a conviction that the miraculous really can occur when we use our God-given powers of prayer and healing.
Science and the medical fraternity used to scoff. Such ideas could only be wishful thinking–they simply flew in the face of scientific common sense. But a slow but definite revolution has been taking place. Cash-strapped doctors have found that healing is kind to their budgets and patients do get better, while science has taken an increasingly careful look at the whole subject.
And here are a few examples of news that hit the press.
Latest prayer research
In America researchers claim to have proved the existence of God’s healing powers by showing that heart patients who are being prayed for do better than those who are not. The study at a coronary care unit in Kansas City covered 990 patients over 12 months. They, as well as their doctors, had no knowledge of the trial.

Miracles are performed by man for God–not by God for man”, said Dr. George King , in a typically thought-provoking statement. Central to his teaching was a conviction that the miraculous really can occur when we use our God-given powers of prayer and healing.
Science and the medical fraternity used to scoff. Such ideas could only be wishful thinking–they simply flew in the face of scientific common sense. But a slow but definite revolution has been taking place. Cash-strapped doctors have found that healing is kind to their budgets and patients do get better, while science has taken an increasingly careful look at the whole subject.
And here are a few examples of news that hit the press.
Latest prayer researchIn America researchers claim to have proved the existence of God’s healing powers by showing that heart patients who are being prayed for do better than those who are not. The study at a coronary care unit in Kansas City covered 990 patients over 12 months. They, as well as their doctors, had no knowledge of the trial. Read Full Story from the Publisher.

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