by George Clifford
In college and seminary in the 1970s, I was taught that stasis was theologically superior to dynamism. For example, course content emphasized that God—unlike humans—is immutable, unchanging, and unchangeable. I was taught that revelation ended when the canon closed. Yes, God still spoke to individuals, but God had no fresh message, revelation, or scripture to give to God’s people. My professors openly disdained groups such as the Mormons and Pentecostals who believed in God’s ongoing revelation.
For reasons I […]