Tales of Miracles
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"Tales of Miracles" is a musical album of Freiburger Spielleyt.
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by Raphael Patai
Later, in 1890, a printer in Baghdad, Solomon Bekhor Hotsen, published three collections: Ma'ase nissim (Tales of Miracles), Ma'asim tovim (Good Tales), and Ma'asim mefoarim (Splendid Tales). Hebrew works by writers of the Jewish ...
by Elizabeth M. Dowling, W. George Scarlett
A great many fascinating tales of miracles are told about baby Krishna. In the Hindu world, Krishna has become a hero to be remembered and revered. Lord Krishna is a divine personage in the Hindu world who is worshipped in temples.
by Matthew Bunson, Margaret Bunson
A much detailed but highly dubious narrative of the deaths of Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia appeared in the sixth and seventh centuries, based entirely on legends and decorated with fantastic tales of miracles. According to this unreliable ...
by Ivan Katchanovski, Zenon E. Kohut, Bohdan Y. Nebesio, Myroslav Yurkevich
There are also tales of miracles, encounters with devils, and the like. The patericon was first published by the monastery's printing press in 1635 (in Polish translation) and 1661 (in the original Church Slavonic). A critical edition appeared in ...
by Geoffrey W. Bromiley
Rabbinic literature contains many fanciful tales of miracles. Some scholars think that Galilee was more prone to superstition, credulity, and charismatic phenomena than Judea. Rabbinic discussion of miracles tended to stress the miracle of ...
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