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Miracle Healing and Christian Deliverance


Miracle Healing and Christian Deliverance

The early Christian church began as a movement in the early centuries, and Jesus’ miracles were an integral part of the religion. The Gospels describe many of Jesus’ miracles, including raising the dead, casting out demons, healing the sick, and walking on water. These miracles were not just impressive – they also demonstrated the authority of Christ over nature. This led many to believe in his divinity and to worship him as God.

As the Church continued to grow, the apostles were appointed to lead its people. The apostles held power over the demons and had the authority to perform miracles. Yet, this power was restricted to a small group of believers. Today, the apostles do not practice miracles, and their power is generally limited to healing those who believe in him. The apostles, however, did perform miracles, and are frequently depicted as doing so.

When Jesus encountered Satan in the desert, he rebuked him with Scripture. He didn’t use rhetorical arguments that made sense, but instead cited scripture. The demon was unable to win, and so Jesus simply repeated scripture. He then commanded the devil to flee the kingdom of God. That’s the essence of dominionism. As the dominionist “reformation” spreads, it’s easy to see why the doctrine is in jeopardy.

Christian evangelism is an important part of the Christian life. In a recent study of Christian evangelism, Richard Wagner argues that the western church was wrong to view the subaltern global population as a mission field and to use them as missionaries. “Reverse mission” stressed the spiritual strength and advanced knowledge of the demonic in subaltern southerners. The resulting spiritual wars fueled the rise of globalized charismatic Christianity, and it revived the militant Christian subject.

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