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- adj. prophetic
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as prophetic.
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- adj. foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention
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The revelation, now granted, analyzes into its successive parts that which the prophets, in prophetical perspective, heretofore saw together in one; namely, the redemption from captivity, and the full Messianic redemption.
In Fox we have a person of extraordinary psychical experiences and of dynamic leadership, and in him the "prophetical" and "enthusiast" traits of the movement are strikingly in evidence.
Lat., s.v. Pastores); the latter Church celebrated a second "prophetical" mystery after Tierce, in which Virgil and the Sibyl join with Old
As Anne Hutchinson put it at her trial, "The Lord knows that I could not open scripture; he must by his prophetical office open it unto me."
After all, science fiction is prophetical, and the worlds we've envisioned as the most likely are becoming reality.
But that's precisely why I want someone Mailer-esque -- pugnacious, free-swinging, and prophetical, provocative and profane -- advising our president.
You stated:The plain reading of the text shows Jesus making prophetical statements directly to his listeners.
The plain reading of the text shows Jesus making prophetical statements directly to his listeners.
These short prophetical announcements, in number 112....
Well, Alvin Toffler almost fourty years ago in his prophetical book "Future Shock" has made a supposition, that humankind won't be able to cope with the stream of information that would overhwhelm it.