Miracles -- Congresses. : Signs, wonders, miracles : representations of divine power in the life of the Church ; papers read at the 2003 Summer Meeting and the 2004 Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society / edited by Kate Cooper, Jeremy Gregory.
Fleetwood, William, 1535?-1594. -- Early works to 1800. : Reflections on Dr. Fleetwood's Essay upon miracles : shewing the absurdity, falshood, and danger of his notions. With a supplement, Wherein is represented the Extent and Strength of the Evidence which Miracles give to Revealed Religion.
Miracles -- Germany -- Early works to 1800. : Warhafftiger und gründtlicher bericht : wie das an zweyen Orten als eins an der Sale bey Wettin den 2. Junij, und das ander in der löblichen Graffschafft Stollberg, den 7. Junij dieses jtzt schwebenden sieben und neuntzigsten Jahrs, Gott der Herr als besondere Wunderwercke dem lieben Armuth (in diesen geschwinden tewren zeiten) zu gute, guth Mehl aus eim Berge und harter Erde herfur komen hat lassen, daraus den guth wolschmeck ent Brodt gebacken, und viel Menschen davon gespeiset worden seind ...
Miracles -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The expediency and credibility of miraculous powers among the primitive Christians, after the decease of the apostles. : A charge delivered to the clergy of the Archdeaconry of Sudbury, on May 7-11, 1750. By John Chapman, D.D. Published at the request of the clergy.
Miracles -- History -- Congresses. : Mirakel im Mittelalter : Konzeptionen, Erscheinungsformen, Deutungen / herausgegeben von Martin Heinzelmann, Klaus Herbers und Dieter R. Bauer.
Miracles -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600. : A view of the expediency and credibility of miraculous powers among the primitive Christians : after the decease of the apostles. Represented in a charge delivered to the clergy of the Archdeacon of Sudbury, on May 7-11, 1750. (printed last Year at their general Request.) And other Papers annexed, on the same Subject; containing several new Illustrations of many curious Points in Antiquity. By John Chapman, D.D.
Miracles -- History -- Early works to 1800. : The history of miracles : Being a faithful and particular account of all the wonderful and miraculous events that have been perform'd by the great omnipotent of heaven and parth, the prince of the infernal world, or his agents, on the present stage of action, for near six thousand years, so far as the sacred writings, or prophane history informs us. The whole digested in the most regular and accurate method. With an alphabetical index at the end. By Philohistoricus.
Miracles (Islam) -- Early works to 1800. : Good newes for Christendome : Sent to a Venetian in Ligorne, from a merchant in Alexandria. Discouering a wonderfull and strange apparition, visibly seene for many dayes togither in Arabia, ouer the place, where the supposed tombe of Mahomet (the Turkish prophet) is inclosed: by which the learned Arabians prognosticate the reducing & calling of the great Turke to Christianitie. With many other notable accidents: but the most remarkable is the miraculous rayning of bloud about Rome. Done out of the Italian.