B.B. Warfield dealt with New Testament prophecy and how that gift should be regarded in a post-apostolic era. He argued that there was a link between the completion of the canon and the eclipse of the prophetic charisma at the close of the first century. This article critically interacts with the view of Warfield and test it from the vantage point of the post-apostolic literature, that is, the apostolic fathers, the apologists, polemicists, and late second-century fathers.
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1997. 18 pages.