The Gospel Miracles: What Really Happened?
A Systematic, Open-Minded Review of the Evidence
Imprint: Resource Publications
"Taking each of the thirty-five mighty works recorded in the canonical gospels, whether healings or so-called nature miracles, he subjects each to a rigorous examination to establish the reliability and accuracy of the accounts, leading to a verdict as to whether on balance the accounts should be taken at face value or can be judged as having a naturalistic or symbolic explanation. His knowledge of New Testament Greek and of medicine, as well as his acquaintance with the views of expert biblical commentators up to the present day, are impressive. His honesty and clarity are highly commendable."
--Albert Jewell, visiting research fellow, Glyndŵr University, Wrexham, UK
"Michael J. Lowis provides a wonderfully eloquent account of the gospel miracles. He takes a 'supported philosophical-deductive approach' in grappling with faith-based and rational or logical explanations. Whether using faith, science, medicine, or law to prove these reportings, this precious book allows the reader to form their own conclusions. It is a timely call to attention in the growing quest of what actually constitutes evidence."
--Ross Prior, Associate Professor, The University of Northampton, Northampton, UK