Have you ever attended a church where public prophecies are allowed, or even encouraged, during the service? Have you heard professing believers claim to have special prophetic insights or words of knowledge directly from God? Such behavior is commonplace in charismatic circles, even in many churches that would verbally affirm the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture.
We recently asked Phil Johnson about that apparent contradiction—whether continuationists, charismatics, or anyone else who believes in ongoing revelation can legitimately affirm the sufficiency of Scripture. Here’s what Phil said:
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