Prophecy and Discernment

@inproceedings{Moberly2006ProphecyAD,
  title={Prophecy and Discernment},
  author={R. Moberly},
  year={2006}
}
The following text is taken from the publisher's website. "If people claim to speak for God, what enables us to know when to credit or discredit the claim? This book analyses the criteria for discernment of prophetic authenticity in the Old Testament, and for discernment of apostolic authenticity in the New Testament; and also considers their validity and viability in a contemporary context. After explaining the biblical concept of prophetic and apostolic speech on God's behalf, Moberly offers… Expand
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