Definitions for "PROPHECY"
The art and practice of selling one's credibility for future delivery.
A declaration of something to come; a foretelling; a prediction; esp., an inspired foretelling.
A biblical mode of knowledge founded upon the premise (or claim) that the words were spoken by God, as the medieval philosopher Gersonides put it, "prior to [the prophets’] coming to be."
a warning, a call to repentence -- not a prognistication written in stone
Prophecy is a 1979 horror film starring Robert Foxworth, Talia Shire and Armand Assante. It was directed by John Frankenheimer and written by David Seltzer.
Prophecy is the fourth LP of metal band Soulfly and was released in 2004 (see 2004 in music)This album is noteworthy for three features - the completely different lineup for the album apart from leader Max Cavalera, the world music influence from a stint that Cavelera spent in Serbia and explicit Spirituality themes on the album.
Josh Hammond, better known as Prophecy, is one of hip hop's well known underground producers. He was born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. He is most well known for his production work with many Chicago area emcees and his Mashup (music).
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(ne-voo-AH) n. Prophecy.
This article is about prophecy in the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind.
Prophecy is an episode of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager, the fourteenth episode of the seventh season. The episode deals with religious belief and stem cells.
Prophecy is a . It was the third set of the Masques block, and when released, was one of the least popular sets ever among tournament players. Though many casual players liked it because of the enormous Avatar and Winds cycle, both of which had a big effect at a big cost, it had relatively little impact on Type 2 (standard).
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Public interpretation of Scripture; preaching; exhortation or instruction.
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A book of prophecies; a history; as, the prophecy of Ahijah.
a charge placed upon the one who proclaims it, as well as upon the one who receives it
a mystery that only makes sense as one continues reading or watching