Christians long to see the power of God manifested in profound ways. Throughout history, this desire has usually been in connection with miracles of healing. At times God, in his mercy, healed people directly, and at other times he gave this special power to others. All Christians believe God is still healing people today, but the question debated is how does he heal?
This book begins with an essay on “Understanding the Nature of Healing Miracles Today,” by Christopher W. Bogosh, and concludes with Benjamin B. Warfield’s biblical and historical study of miracles in “The Cessation of the Charismata.”
Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield (1887–1921) was professor of didactic and polemic theology in the Theological Seminary of Princeton, New Jersey. He was a pastor, biblical scholar, and eminent theologian.