In this series, we’re going to talk about miracles–why? when? and do they happen today? Jake opens by looking at one of Jesus’ lesser known miracles, in which he restores the sight of a blind man in a very unorthodox manner.
Today we’re honored to be joined by Professor Wally Kowalski, professor of theology at Northwest University, to help us answer some of our toughest questions about miracles.
The raising of Lazarus is one of Jesus’ most famous and most impressive miracles, but on close examination it’s also one of his most puzzling. Jesus doesn’t race to the scene when he hears that his beloved friend is dying. Why?
Jesus meets a man who’s been unable to walk for 38 years and asks him a very curious question: do you want to get well? Is the miracle we say we want really what we’re looking for?
Garrett wraps up our series on miracles with a unusual healing that Jesus performed on behalf of a man who wasn’t a Jew … miles away from the man who needed to be healed. Can our faith do that? And, a tougher question: can we influence God?