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Miracles of the Bible Interactive

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Overview

The miracles in the Bible are surrounded by a lot of narrative text. That makes comparing and contrasting them difficult. The Miracles of the Bible interactive allows you to sort the miracles of the Bible into categories like type (healing, provision, resurrection, etc.), people involved, location, and book of the Bible. Find all the miracles done by Moses, the miracles involving a piece of clothing, or the miracles done in Galilee. Or combine any of these categories—for example, find all the miracles the Israelites experienced involving provision.

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With the Miracles of the Bible interactive, you can . . .

  • Sort the miracles of the Bible into categories like type, people involved, location, and book of the Bible
  • Quickly locate all the miracles done by Moses, the miracles involving a piece of clothing, or the miracles done in Galilee
  • Combine categories to find, for example, all the miracles the Israelites experienced involving provision
  • Title: Miracles of the Bible
  • Author: Michael Aubrey
  • Print Publication Date: 2016
  • Logos Release Date: 2016
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Resource ID: INTERACTIVE:MIRACLES
  • Resource Type: Interactive
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2021-10-21T14:23:08Z

Michael Aubrey is a professional linguist with Wycliffe Bible Translators who has done graduate work in linguistics at the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics in Dallas, TX as well as at the Canada Institute of Linguistics at Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada. Michael has contributed a chapter to The Greek Verb Revisited: A Fresh Approach for Biblical Exegesis on aspect and imperatives in Greek and has worked on a wide collection of datasets for Logos Bible Software. He is a contributing editor for the The Lexham English Septuagint.

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  1. SirDragonDrop
    After viewing the video (which is a great way to save money.) I am trying to figure out how the graphic on the main page relates to the actual product. You see, I was here to see how circles of all sizes would fit in with the "Miracles of the bible." I was hoping that this would be a heat map sort of product where I could interact with the data to see it in different shapes, sizes and colors; thus allowing for a nice learning tool. Might be a cool thing to add. Thanks!
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  2. John Heberle

    John Heberle

    6/27/2020

    55555
    This is very useful and all the sort criteria are really helpful. At the same time it fascinates me that every comment about Jesus' healings contains the word "healed many." Even the verses were the scriptures say that Jesus healed "all." I was expecting "many" to be used where that term is used in the scriptures and "all" to be used where that term is used in the scriptures. I believe this may have more to do with the author's personal experience than what the scriptures actually say. Perhaps the author does not believe Jesus heals any longer or only heals a few.
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  3. Ford Willman

    Ford Willman

    6/22/2018

    It seems really wrong that I cannot buy for the stated llist price of $4.99 the dataset to go with the Miracles of the Bible!!! Without the dataset the other program is definitely crippled! Please fix this and inform those who bought the Miracles of the Bible!
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$9.99