Heidelcast For July 7, 2024: “Feathers And All:” The Scriptures Are Enough (20)

In this episode Dr Clark continues through 1 Corinthians 13, considering whether there are still apostles among us and whether gifts, as they existed in the apostolic period, are still present.

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One comment

  1. Hello Dr. Clark. Thanks for the new content. I’m following each episode as soon as they’re released. One interesting point that you mentioned I guess, tough the less focused when it comes to 1&2 Corinthians texts, is the prophetic gift. Some claim that prophecy is different in the NT from the OT. Anyway, that to get to a point when one can say that there were some NT prophets that were not written. And I have seen some comments on heidelblog’s posts, I’ll try to share later, but I couldn’t read every single one. The point is, they simply ignore the fact that this is an open canon theology. But I just want a prophetic word that I can ignore because it isn’t written. So, I guess that just now I got the point you made some episodes ago. So they want the inerrant, infallible word of God as far as one can reject it, simply by the fact that this one isn’t for us today, but only one fallible, capable of error prophecy that doesn’t need to be written down. Try to write this was difficult, sorry for my terrible English.

    Have a good Lord’s day

    God bless, all the staff

    Greetings from Brazil

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