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  • proper n. a division of the Old Testament, comprising the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Twelve

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  • n. the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures


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  • _Prophets_; as the Prophet _Amos_ [36] intimates, where he says, _I was no Prophet, nor A Prophet's Son_ (which must be interpreted _The Scholar of a Prophet_, for the Scholars of the Prophets are always call'd _Sons of the Prophets_ in Scripture) yet none of these Means were sufficient to help Men to the Gift of Prophecy.

    The Improvement of Human Reason Exhibited in the Life of Hai Ebn Yokdhan

  • Bishop T.D Jakes, and many others are what I call Prophets of Profits and God is exposing them one by one.

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  • Pentateuch and the Prophets is an evidence of his power: the unity of his name is inscribed on the first table of the law; and his sanctuary was never defiled by any visible image of the invisible essence.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • While portrayal of Prophets is not an acceptable practice in Islam could be personally offensive to some Muslims, other religions do not have such restrictions.

    Muslims against Sharia

  • That mission (documented in Prophets) led the team to discover the presence of a rogue AI named Adam.

    REVIEW: Heretics by S. Andrew Swann

  • In fact, in Prophets of Science Fiction, which I also just watched, one fellow mentions a conversation he had with Arthur C. Clarke, who saw Things to Come in the theater when it came out.

    Things to Come « Isegoria

  • Prophets is a book-length poem with an ambitiously epic scope, a sensibility and language that is rooted in Jamaica and a work with a markedly religious overtone — not doctrinaire or even ideological, but openly exploring the day-to-day implications of Pentecostalism in Jamaica through a language that is sensual, that invokes myth and reggae and that is best described as risky and experimental.

    Poetry Terrors : Kwame Dawes : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • If the Bajorans wanted to remain the playthings of the alien telepaths they called the Prophets, then at some point we had to say, ‘Enough.’


  • Kai Opara proclaimed me your Emissary, and I have walked in the wormhole with the beings you call Prophets.

    The Heart of the Warrior

  • And where, oh where, among the Minor Prophets is Zechariah to be found (or is it Zedekiah?)?

    The East, The West and the Bible


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