Re: personal revelations

From: Jay Willingham (
Date: Wed Feb 19 2003 - 10:46:57 EST

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    One test I would propose would be measuring the "word of knowledge" or
    "revelation" against scripture.

    Also, under the Mosaic law, one claiming to be a prophet of God had to be
    inerrant. One who uttered a prophesy that was untrue was killed. That
    would clear out the psychic network pretty quickly. LOL.

    Jay Willingham

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    From: "bivalve" <>
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    Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 2:26 PM
    Subject: Re: personal revelations

    > Judging by initial replies, I may not have made my point clear. I am
    highly skeptical of the validity of the message that I quoted because it
    looks very much like a widespread email scam. However, what I thought would
    be of interest to the list is the fact that the fellow claimed to be moved
    by divine inspiration. It is that part of the claim that I thought might be
    worth examining.

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