Pat Robertson on the Bible…It’s a good book

I am usually not a textbook blogger, but I couldn’t pass this up, I was flipping through the TV just now and landed on CBN. In dealing with the “absurd” and “unbiblical” idea of sesationism, Pat notes that many who believe that tongues and prophecies have ceased often cite 1 Cor13:8-10

Love never fails; but if {there are gifts of} prophecy, they will be done away; if {there are} tongues, they will cease; if {there is} knowledge, it will be done away.
1Cr 13:9 For we know in part and we prophesy in part;
1Cr 13:10 but when the perfect comes, the partial will be done away.

and believe that the “perfect is the full canon”. Pat then states this cannot be accurate hermeneutics because “the Bible is a good book, but it’s not perfect; only Jesus Christ is perfect.” and “God’s revelation didn’t end AD 90 with the last completion of the last book of the NT.”

Sadly, In many SBC churches our people spend more time with TBN or CBN than fighting SIN. We cannot embrace charismatic thought, nor partner with any who don’t believe in the infallibility of God’s holy Word. This heresy must be confronted. And we must turn all of Evangelical thought toward Scripture.

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