Supernatural or natural phenomena?
A spectacular “sun dance” occurred for eight minutes on October 13, 1917. There were tens of thousands of eyewitnesses in Fatima, in the country of Portugal.
How is it possible that the sun could dance in the sky? How can spectators stare comfortably at the sun? How could it descend toward earth and spin so rapidly on its axis that eyewitnesses noticed its spin?
The great St. Augustine once said that an event must not be considered miraculous if a natural explanation is available. This book faces his challenge head-on and provides answers as well as convincing evidence that the sun dance was a genuine and spectacular miracle.
|Author||Bernard F. Kohout|
|Size||6" x 9"|
|Illustrations||one illustration and one photo|