The Gift of Prophecy in 1 Corinthians
Wipf and Stock Publishers, 27 oct. 1999 - 354 pages
Dr. Grudem discusses the relevance, purpose and function of prophecy in the church today. He provides fresh understanding that preserves the distinctive authority of Scripture, while giving the church space to enjoy Holy Spirit's most edifying gifts.
Prophecy and Tongues as Signs
Functions Outside 1 Corinthians
E Prophets as Charismatic Leaders?
SUMMARY OF CHAPTER THREE
Autres éditions - Tout afficher
ability absolute divine authority activity actual words Agabus apostles argue argument authoritative authority of actual believers Chap Christ Christian prophets claimed a divine congregation context Corinth Corinthians Cothenet Dautzenberg Didache distinction distinguishing between spirits divine authority dnoudkuwtg ecstasy ecstatic edify Epistle evaluation evidence examples fact false prophet foundation function of prophecy Gentiles gift of prophecy Gnosticism God's Gospel Holy Spirit indication interpretation Jesus Jewish Jews Josephus kind London Lord means messenger metaphor NT prophets nveuudrwv Odes of Solomon OT prophets parallel Parousia passage Paul's Pauline perhaps person Philo phrase possible Pseudepigrapha Qumran refer Scripture sense silent simply someone speak speaking in tongues specific speech spiritual gifts spoken suggests TDNT teaching term Testament Testament of Solomon thought tongues translation true prophet type of prophecy unbelievers understand verse women word group worship Yahweh