Why are so many dismissing lying prophets as something Biblically acceptable? This is why I am trying to address the following questions in this short presentation:
Can a true prophet declare publicly under a divine inspiration a questionable prophecy or a false statement about the last days events, or political or private or doctrinal matters, or anything else, and then change his or her mind, either by later editing out the embarrassing parts, or simply by deleting altogether a prophecy that failed to materialize? Can plagiarism, confusing theological inconsistencies, far stretched claims, failed prophecies, or vague or contradicting statements be excused under the claims of divine inspiration?
My apologies for a somewhat blurred picture. Try to focus on the message and let me know your thoughts about this matter.