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Are experiences of revelatory “impressions of the Holy Spirit” reported by Charles Spurgeon common among cessationists?

One of the problems in the question is that there is a difference between strict cessationism, concentric cessationism and soft continuationism (i.e. concentric continuationism). Another problem is ...
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What is the basis for the claim that "we have the completed revelation from God in the Bible"?

What is the basis for the claim that "we have the completed revelation from God in the Bible"? What is the purpose of the "complete revelation"? To what does the Bible point? And ...
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According to the LDS, why is there large amounts of new revelation if Jesus is the fulfillment?

The Law of Moses Latter-day Saints believe that the Law of Moses was fulfilled in Christ. In addition to the passages in Hebrews that teach this, it is also expressly stated in 3 Nephi 9: 17 And as ...
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According to the LDS, why is there large amounts of new revelation if Jesus is the fulfillment?

Revelation is purely communication from God to His children. If no other doctrine/teaching was 'revealed' (that differs from other Christian denominations), revelation today would be equally important....
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What is the basis for the claim that "we have the completed revelation from God in the Bible"?

God has revealed everything we need to know about him, what he has done for us and what he is going to do for us, and what he expects from us, in the Bible, the written word of God. Christians ...
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