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Living Prophetically

PhD, Expert Biblical Scholar

Living Prophetically

Were prophets only present in biblical times or does God still speak through prophets today? If they do still exist today, what does a prophet do and how do they act? Who can be a prophet? In this course, we’ll explore all of these questions. You’ll be introduced to some common characteristics of the biblical prophets, gain an appreciation for the work of modern day prophets by seeing some of what they do, and be challenged to embody this critical ministry in your own vocation.

We estimate that this will take you 11 hours to complete (but not all in one sitting!).

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PhD, Expert Biblical Scholar

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