A glowing cross in the window of a church in Florida. A bleeding statue of Christ in Philadelphia. A young boy cured of his blindness at Lourdes. The stigmata of Padre Pio. An appearance of a figure thought to be the Blessed Virgin Mary before thousands of witnesses. The image on the Shroud of Turin.
Parapsychologist D. Scott Rogo examines a variety of miracles, great and small, in Miracles: A Parascientific Inquiry into Wondrous Phenomena. The phenomena can be Miraculous Talents (levitation, stigmata, bilocation), Miraculous Events (divine images, miraculous hailstones, bleeding statues and weeping madonnas), or Miraculous Interventions (Marian apparitions, miraculous healings). Rogo attempts to present the scientific rather than religious case for the miraculous, and in the process comes to a fresh and surprising interpretation about the nature of miracles.
"Miracles is a fascinating account of the Christian legacy of wondrous phenomena.