Edna Lister’s Lectures on Miracles

Greater Healing as Miracles: Edna Lister speech outline, January 5, 1960.

A New Technique for Living: Edna Lister Prayer Circle newsletter article, Washington D.C., March 1960.

What Is a Miracle? 1: Edna Lister lecture outline, Buffalo Psychology Club, May 6, 1960.

What Is a Miracle? 2: Edna Lister lecture transcript, Buffalo Psychology Club, May 6, 1960.

What Is a Miracle? 3: Edna Lister, lecture transcript, Cleveland, Ohio, May 24, 1960.

Miracles: Edna Lister lecture outline, Tacoma, Washington, March 2, 1965.

God’s Miracles: Edna Lister International New Thought Alliance Golden Anniversary Rally lecture outline, September 28, 1965, Caxton Hall, London, England.

Miracles for the Christed Age: Edna Lister International New Thought Alliance lecture outline, October 3, 1965, Bournemouth, England.

Edna Miriam Lister
1884 – 1971
The original Christian Pioneering Mystic,
Platonist philosopher, American Idealist, Founder, Society of the Universal Living Christ, minister, teacher, author, wife, and mother.

Edna Lister

Etymology of miracle: mid-12th Century, a wondrous work of God, from Old French miracle, from Latin miraculum object of wonder, from mirari to wonder at, marvel, be astonished, figuratively to regard, esteem, from mirus wonderful, astonishing, amazing. From mid-13th Century as "extraordinary or remarkable feat," without regard to deity.


Harper, Douglas. "Miracle," Online Etymology Dictionary Accessed 18 Nocember 2022.

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