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    Saint Benedict Miracles

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    Saint Benedict, I found this account of Saint Benedicts life to be told in a biased and elevated way. The content is very questionable especially with a dragon reference. There were over 30 different occasions where Gregory claimed Saint Benedict preformed a miracle or prophesied. One correlation I observed with the miracle and prophesy accounts is that it is very similar to miracles performed by Jesus, there were also times I thought he was thought to have more abilities than Jesus himself had. Free will is also another concern that I have, it appears there are times that individuals do not have a choice on the actions they chose. At the beginning of the story, Benedicts first claim to preforming a miracle started at age 13 (33). One problem I had with the miracle claims is that they were sometimes performed for earthly gain like the miracle of moving a large rock (12). Miracles were used by Jesus and the apostles to prove that the message they were teaching was from God and that they had divine authority. Oftentimes the story of Benedicts miracles benefited people who already believed or he used prophesy to scold people for eating when he told them to fast (13). It appeared that the situations in which he performed a miracle…

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    Austin Briffa Professor Lund Honors Philosophy of Science 12-04-16 Miracles: A Scientific and Religious Analysis The concept of a miracle has been etched into our society for centuries. It’s a word that is used quite often in colloquial language, such as when one hears good news. To many, they are attributed to supernatural entities, saints, and prophets, such as those found in Judeo-Christian scripture. From parting the Red Sea to turning water into wine, these mystical events have captured…

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    Martin Schmalz-Dr. Anadale-Contemporary Philosophy-4/06/16 Helen Keller & Sokolowski’s Phenomenology Helen Keller’s amazing story of how she came to understand language is portrayed in The Miracle Worker. Her teacher Anne Sullivan helped deaf and blind Helen to enter into the world of “linguistic reasoning” and ultimately helped her on her path to becoming the first deaf and blind person to earn a bachelor’s degree (79). The scene in The Miracle Worker in which Helen comes to understand the…

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    The Miracle Worker, written by William Gibson, is a nonfiction play written in 1957. The play is based off of the life of Helen Keller, who was diagnosed being blind and deaf at a young age, due to an illness. When Helen was about the age of six, the Kellers higher a teacher named Anne Sullivan, who was hired to teach Helen language by Captain Keller. Having been blind before, Anne had much experience and motivation to teach Helen. After many surgeries, Anne was in fact able to see, just not…

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    The Miracle Worker is a play during the 1960’s written by Will Gibson and revolves around Annie Sullivan and the struggles she must go through while having to teach Helen Keller the art of language. As the story progresses, several different types of conflicts are introduced to us through Annie. Examples of this would include man vs. man and man vs. himself. Helen Keller, as a growing six year old girl without the ability to see, her or talk is also having a difficult time with adjusting to…

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    The characters of William Gibson’s The Miracle Worker reveal the experience of children with disabilities second hand and the influence it has on their relationships. Helen Keller is a deaf and blind mute, isolated in her own world, unable to communicate with others; it’s possible she lost her sight and hearing as a result of an acute congestion. She’s “quite unkempt, attractive but noticeably blind, with one eye larger and protruding” whereas her gestures are abrupt, incessant and “lack human…

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    Miracle Growth Plant Food Who likes to have a beautiful garden with a green grass and colorful flowers? The possible answer will be everyone. Most of the home owners spend money purchasing plants to make the yard looking good. With healthy plants full of colorful the entire house will look great, and the only way to maintain the plants is by using the right product to feed the plants and that product to use is Miracle- Grow. I choose Miracle Gro because my hobby is gardening, and I have been…

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    approaches include pragmatics or direct perception, such as appeals to religious experience. Generally, religious experience refers to mystical experiences or miracles. David Hume presents an argument as to why we are almost never justified in believing that a miracle has occurred. Following will be a…

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    During chapter 4, Finny proposes an overnight beach trip that would require sneaking out. After the boys have gone through with this completely illegal trip, Mr. Patchwithers finds out. Yet, Finny talks himself out of any consequences and manages to not get in trouble at all. This in itself is a miracle since students could get in trouble for being late to dinner, never mind sneaking out to sleep at the beach for a night. A second miracle performed by finny is when he smashes a swimming record…

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    Materiality and Identity Megan Holmes’s “Miraculous Images in Renaissance Florence” examines many of the ramifications of materiality. The materiality, an image’s physical properties, has direct impacts on the expression and popularity of immagini miracolose. These sacred images are subjects of miracles throughout the late 13th to 16th centuries. Two of the most important ramifications of materiality include the accessibility of the religious images and manifestation of the miracles. In this…

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