Rhema Scriptura

Herescope defines another neologism, rhema scriptura:

  1. The teaching that all things in Scripture are not self-contained, sufficient, plain or complete as written, but that in compensation for Scripture’s insufficiency, a new Word from God is needed for this generation and now being delivered by self-appointed and self-anointed apostles and prophets (or other mystics), whose spoken words (i.e., rhēma) now supersede, override or render obsolete that which is written in the Bible – the faith which was once delivered to the saints (Jude 1:3b).

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