The Truth of A Prophet

Dolf Tiyono


The Bible is the Word of God as the basis for constructing a doctrine and ministry. All forms of teaching experience and services that all Christians do must take the Bible as a basis or foundation to build it. About The Truth of A Prophet,  from the beginning they have been existed among the environment of the believer. Old Testament and New Testament records the true prophet and the false prophet. Of course, this may have been due to a lack of understanding of the Bible as the foundation of truth that arises various false teachings about biblical prophecy. Thus, to test every teaching that occurred within the scope of the Christian, they should use Bible as a tool to make the test.

Full Text:



Bullock, C. Hassel. The Old Testament Prophets. Poor. Wheat Publisher Foundation Mas.2002.

Erdman, Charles R. The Book of Jeremiah and Lamentation. Princeton. Fleming H. Ravell Company. 1955.

Delitzsch and Keil. Old Testament Commentaries Isaiah to Ezekiel. Michigan. Grand Rapids.

Harrison, R.K. Jeremiah and lamentation. Downers Grove. Inter Varsity Press. 1973.

Hill, Andrew E. & John H. Walton. Old Testament Survey. Poor. The Wheat Mas Publishing Foundation. 2001

Rothlisberger, H. My word is like fire. Jakarta. BPK Gunung Mulia. 1985

Thomson, J.A. The Book of Jeremiah. Grand Rapids. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1981

Wlavoord, John F. & Roy B. Zuck. The Bible Knowledge Commentary. The USA. Victor Books. 1984.


  • There are currently no refbacks.