Unbiblical

The term ‘unbiblical’ refers to teachings or practices that are contrary to — or unsanctioned by — the Bible.

As with extra-biblical teachings, they are often based on incorrect interpretation.

In some circles such teachings arrive via so-called ‘words from the Lord,’ ‘revealed knowledge,’ or ‘prophecies.’

Most of today’s so-called ‘prophets‘ and ‘apostles‘ engage in unbiblical and extrabiblical teachings and practices.

See Also

• Extra-biblical
• Sound doctrine


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