TITLE

YENÄ° AHÄ°TTEKÄ° PEYGAMBERLÄ°KLE Ä°LGÄ°LÄ° KAVARMLAR ÃœZERÄ°NE BÄ°R Ä°NCELEME

AUTHOR(S)
Has, Kenan
PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2005, Vol. 9 Issue 23, p69
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In general usage, prophet is a person making a prophecy. Definitions concerning prophethood in the Old and New Testament are in general common. However, we will deal only with the New Testament. The New Testament makes mention of two types of prophets: real prophets, and false prophets. The so-called false prophets were punished by people. The New Testament contains references to the prophets in the Old Testament, accepting their prophethood. In the Christian faith, prophets are commissioned with the duty of establishing communication between God-Jesus and the Humanity, and therefore, they are given such titles as .Lord's Servants.. There are even some sentences of the New Testament mentioning about female prophets. According to the New Testament, Jesus is regarded as a prophet in his life.
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19739352

 

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