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Duane Laflin is a Christian who is known around the world for his skills as a sleight of hand artist and illusionist. He also is a student of the Bible and one who is committed to an expository style in teaching and preaching.

In Miracles: Who Can Do Them?, He presents well-explained biblical answers to questions about the possession of supernatural power. He deals with matters such as: Is God the only one who can do miracles? If God is not the only one, who else can? If others can, what are the limits on their abilities?

Duane's purpose in writing is to glorify God as the one who "alone does miracles" and to help Christians understand what they should believe about amazing happenings and such things as psychics, fortune tellers, and demonic activity.

Duane also shares why he, as a Christian, believes illusions are a valid tool for ministry.

26 pages
Publisher: Laflin Magic (2004)

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Miracles. Who can do them? February 29, 2016
Reviewer: Paul T from North Carolina  
I have encountered those who felt that sleight-of-hand as entertainment was evil or even satanic. I have even met other magicians who were uncomfortable with the concept. An argument could be made for these opinions, but Duane Laflin has attempted to defend his position that magic is a viable avenue for sharing the gospel with others.

"Miracles. Who can do them?" by Duane Laflin contains a comprehensive explanation of his theory, supported by bible verse. This pamphlet offers a fair introduction to the theory and provides the starting point for the reader to form their own position on the subject. Duane covers the differences between supernatural and the performance art we know as magic.

Magicians using magic to illustrate the gospel, as well as magicians struggling to reconcile their faith with sleight-of-hand magic, should pick this book up. It is a great resource on the subject and the price is very favorable.

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