thaumaturgy


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Luke's theocentric perspective on the mission's thaumaturgy clearly expresses its continuity with Jesus' activity, as summarized in Peter's kerygma on Pentecost (2:22; cf.
Numbers and geometric figures themselves served Della Porta's thaumaturgy, his number magic that he called "aritmantia.
With its vast canvas of subjects, The Heart of Redness is complicated by its array of personae who embody a polyphony of voices and viewpoints on issues such as thaumaturgy, tradition and modernity, belief and unbelief.
We are either going to have to acquire a license to practice thaumaturgy and make it work in the public's eyes, or else bring the law down to the realities of living.