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Frank L. Hoffman Interviewed: Why did God stop writing to us after the Bible was written?
Comments by Debra Stitt - 22 May 2003
I do understand both points. I simply believe in one sense we are talking about scripture and then in the other sense we are talking about God's ability to communicate through other people. In the NT of the Bible we actually have red lettering that is claimed to be Jesus speaking. In the world, we speak of human words and acts as being "divinely inspired."
Yes, the two can go hand in hand, but they are different. I doubt that anyone would say that I've uttered the "Word of God," unless I was reading from scripture. I do FIRMLY BELIEVE that God still speaks to us through many sources, including His Living Word in the Bible. And, as scripture tells us, He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow.
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