The History of Prophetism: Critical Theories (Vos Group #51)

December 28, 2018

by Lane Tipton

“As ‘vision’ came in course of time to stand for revelation in general, so ‘prophet’ could be equivalent to ‘instrument of revelation’ without particular regard to the technical sense, distinguishing a prophet from other organs of revelation.” –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 critical theories of prophetism. This discussion covers pages 198–199.

Produced by Reformed Forum.

Lane Tipton

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

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