Visions of Jesus : Direct Encounters from the New Testament to Today
Phillip H. Wiebe provides a critical study of contemporary visions of Jesus. Based on accounts by thirty people, Wiebe discusses each vision in vivid detail and discusses such issues as why these individuals believe their visions were of Jesus, what impact the experience has had on their lives, how the visions differ from dreams, and the possibility that the visions were actually hallucinations.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 136.9 x 204 x 15.7mm | 248.82g
- 05 Nov 1998
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States