Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The system, practice, or doctrine of inspired teaching.

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Examples

  • Hence in Islamism the divine revelation remains purely mechanical, with no natural point of connection in man, and therefore there is no possibility of an enduring prophetism, which is the fundamental principle of Christianity.

    A Comparative View of Religions

  • This exclusivism, together with their over valuation of external levitical observances, caused the Pharisees to be ranged in opposition to what is known as prophetism, which in both the Old and

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • I use this episode to introduce the opposition between prophetism and kingship as a main feature of the development of biblical law, something which is still apparent in the practice of biblical readings.

    Monateri on The Prophetic Nature of Equity

  • I use this episode to introduce the opposition between prophetism and kingship as a main feature of the development of biblical law, something which is still apparent in the practice of biblical readings.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • In my appraisal prophetism may be defined as a way of discovering deeper meanings in facts and rules, and so I suggest that the opposition between the prophets and the kings, between prophetism and the law, may parallel the opposition between equity and the law in English legal history, particularly with reference to the field of legal interpretation.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • In my appraisal prophetism may be defined as a way of discovering deeper meanings in facts and rules, and so I suggest that the opposition between the prophets and the kings, between prophetism and the law, may parallel the opposition between equity and the law in English legal history, particularly with reference to the field of legal interpretation.

    Monateri on The Prophetic Nature of Equity

  • Only through the prophetism of all believers can we foresee doom and mend our common ways.” —James Luther Adams, The Prophethood of All Believers.

    Philocrites: Quietistic, idolatrous, or prophetic churches.

  • Only through the prophetism of all believers can we foresee doom and mend our common ways.” —James Luther Adams, The Prophethood of All Believers.

    Philocrites: March 2005 Archives

  • I know this streak of mellowly castigating and concerned prophetism, my friend, and I still disagree with it!

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » “Magellan,” The Big Brother Shopping Cart

  • The isolated religion of an individual does not exist, although in the more mature stages of prophetism and philosophy pronounced individual features always assert themselves.

    The Minister and the Boy A Handbook for Churchmen Engaged in Boys' Work

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