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"… [P]apers are carefully constructed explorations of ways in which miracle can be understood today, particularly from a psychological perspective. These essays will be helpful to those interested in a serious investigation of this topic. Recommended - upper-division undergraduates through professional/practitioners."
"…[F]or those psychologists and mental health professionals who are truly interested in broadening their understanding of some of the more unusual aspects of religion and health, several of the chapters are worthy of their time."
"This series in Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality intimates Praeger's commitment to the field of psychology of religion, a commitment for which they—especially D. Carvalko, S. Staszak-Silva, and J. H. Ellens—should be praised….Highly recommended."
Religious Studies Review
"I would recommend this to anyone interested in how contemporary academia is dealing with the subject of miracles…"
Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies