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The Spirit, the prophets, and the Bible

“He has spoken through the prophets.”—Nicene Creed

For the Spirit to “speak through” people endued with the gift or charism of prophecy is a shorthand description. For the prophets begin with Moses, with whom God conversed (Ex. 3, etc.). Dreams are also means of “speaking through”: Joseph in Gen. 37, the dreams of Pharaoh’s butler and baker (Gen. 40), Pharaoh’s…

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Bishop in charge, Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, 2001–2019. French-American. Musician, composer, author, happily married. www.pierrewhalon.info

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Pierre Whalon

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Bishop in charge, Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, 2001–2019. French-American. Musician, composer, author, happily married. www.pierrewhalon.info

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