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Spiritual Election and Miracles in Africa


Spiritual Election and Miracles in Africa

The idea of spiritual election is common among Nigerians, and a new book by Olukoya, “The Satanic Diversion of the Black Race,” attempts to answer this question in an uncharitable way. In his book, Olukoya describes Christianity as the abandonment of an African religion for a universal sin: idolatry. However, it is not the only example of spiritual election in Africa.

The apostles were never credited with the miracles of feeding the 5,000 or walking on water. The apostles only received power to heal people, cast out demons, and raise the dead. All these miracles, then, were designed to point to the apostles as messengers of God, and the apostles were the ones to do it. But they still had to know who they were speaking for. What makes these events so important to Christians?

Miracles are also common among African Christians. Millions of African believers claim to have experienced miracles. Craig Keener’s two-volume book, Miracles of Africa: The Emergence of Christianity in the Darkest Part of the World, documents the experiences of African Christians and how they embraced Christianity. It is not a religion that excludes people, but it is a powerful part of the African Christian experience. If you think about it, you’ll understand why a miraculous experience in Africa is important for the Christian community.

The Gospels describe many miracles performed by Jesus during his earthly ministry. Most of them were recorded by eyewitnesses. In all, Jesus performed 37 miracles during his earthly ministry. These miracles revealed the Trinity and his divinity. One miracle, the turning of water into wine, made the disciples believe in him, and was an important milestone in his public ministry. It is believed that these miracles were necessary for the survival of the church.

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