This article examines the claims of many charismatic churches regarding God's revelation, imperfect prophecy, and the concept of inner voice. The author states that claiming any form of revelation outside of scripture is to undermine the authority of scripture.
This article examines the claim that God still reveals Himself outside scripture - the claim of extra revelation. The author shows that throughout church history the authority and sufficiency of scripture has been challenged. The word of God is sufficient revelation for believers.
This article focuses on God's revelation through both general revelation and special revelation. After examining the meaning of each, the author shows that the reason God provided man with general revelation was to leave no excuse for man's disbelief.