Does the study of the book A Course In Miracles promote a universal experience?
I would say so, YES!
A Course in Miracles, as implied by the (A) course: eludes to the fact that it is just one path among many. I have been reading it for about a year, and find it very helpful, as a mind training source. It is not meant I believe to replace a religion, but also could be used as a stand alone source of reaching peace of mind and God if you so wish.
The book its self does state clearly that it is a required course that All will come to learn, but it's message does not need to come from the book its self, there is many ways its message can be experience, all of which will be at the right place and the right time, and the Holy Spirit determines best for the individual.
I have found much peace, as I have said in the sort time I have read it, I encourage you to trust your own feelings as to if it is the right book and time for you to read.
The book A Course in Miracles does not claim to be "the Truth" which is beyond human understanding. It is also not "a religion" nor does it compete with any religion. It is an applicable tool to use in all or any of life's daily situations that enables one to experience a reflection of Truth. It undoes the world's illusory nature of Time and thus promotes a Beingness in the Present. Through its 365 lessons…
No, you do not have to believe in miracles to believe in God. Some of America's Founding Fathers were deists. Deists believe that the creator God, having created the world, takes no further interest in his creation and performs no miracles. Of course, the fact that miracles do not really happen is more naturally aligned with a belief that there is no God at all.
Hume thought that miracles were subjective experiences, and was highly sceptical of them, cf "Of Miracles" "A miracle is a violation of the laws of nature; as a firm and unalterable experience has established these laws, proof against a miracle, from the very nature of the fact, is as entire as any argument from experience as can possibly be imagined. Why is it more than probable that all men must die; that lead can not…
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Yes both Moses and Elijah performed miracles. Comment: In the Old Testament, beside Moses and Elijah, Elisha the prophet preformed miracles. Then in the New Testament, of course Jesus preformed miracles and after Him Peter and John performed miracles. The Apostle Paul preformed miracles and used the power of God to do some strange things also.. (Acts 3:1-10; Acts 9:36-43; Acts 19: 11-16; Acts 20: 8-12.)
According to Strong's Greek lexicon, the word translated "signs" in John 20:30 (semeion) means (1) that by which a person or a thing is distinguished from others and is known, (2) an unusual occurrence, transcending the common course of nature, (3) of miracles and wonders by which God authenticates the men sent by him, or by which men prove that the cause they are pleading is God's. Jesus' miracles were signs in the fullest sense.
An idiot is a person who does not or cannot actively engage his consciousness. Consciousness is rational synchronizing oneself with universal awareness. Even wise men may err in synchronizing with universal awareness. Because an idiot has none of such problems, what he think, feel, say or experience may occasionally go right with the natural order of things and the natural course of events. Therefore it appears that an idiot is occasionally right. Not anyone is…
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