The Conception of a Prophet: Names and Etymologies (Vos Group #49)

December 05, 2018

by Lane Tipton

“It [prophetic revelation] marks the religion of the Old Testament as a religion of conscious intercourse between Jehovah and Israel, a religion of revelation, of authority, a religion in which God dominates, and in which man is put into the listening, submissive attitude.” –Geerhardus Vos

In this episode of Vos Group, Drs. Lane Tipton and Camden Bucey continue through Vos’s Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments, to consider the relationship between the biblical conception and etymology of prophetism. This discussion covers pages 191–194.

Produced by Reformed Forum.

Lane Tipton

Dr. Tipton (PhD, Westminster) is professor of systematic theology at WTS.

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