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A '''prophet''' is one who speaks for God. The term usually refers to God's spokesmen in the [[Old Testament]], beginning with [[Abraham]], and ending with St. [[John the Forerunner]].
A '''prophet''' is one who speaks for God, usually referring to God's spokesmen in the [[Old Testament]] and ending with St. [[John the Forerunner]].
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== Hebrew and Jewish concepts of prophet ==
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=[[Old Testament]] Prophecy=
The word prophet itself derives from the Greeks, who used the word π
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The word ''prophet'' itself derives from the Greeks, who used the word π

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A prophet is one who speaks for God. The term usually refers to God's spokesmen in the Old Testament, beginning with Abraham, and ending with St. John the Forerunner.

Old Testament Prophecy

The word prophet itself derives from the Greeks, who used the word π