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Mary Kathryn Baxter holds a deep concern for the unsaved. has since recorded in her books A Divine Revelation of Heaven and A Divine Revelation of Hell. Included in this book are her depictions of heaven's gates, angels, music, A Divine Revelation of Spiritual Warfare by Mary K. Baxter Paperback $ Results 1 - 30 of 40 Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Mary-K-Baxter books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
Open revelation Christians believe that there are books that may be included with Scripture at a later date. If Baxter is correct, then Scripture, as we have it in the Bible, is incomplete.
However, Scripture addressed this question already. The final book written, the book of Revelation, given to the apostle John, contains this answer. At the end of the book, Jesus tells John:. I testify to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: Revelation This statement was given by Christ at the end of the final revelation given to man.
This was done, I believe, intentionally in order to make it known that revelation is closed. If revelation is open, then this statement is nullified. Whether one believes that these verses apply only to the book of Revelation or to the whole of Scripture, if someone receives new revelation then they are adding to or taking away from the book. One must ask why Jesus would condemn anyone who takes away from or adds to the book if revelation is open. However, this statement stands true and closes revelation.
However, since revelation is closed, one must reject her book because it is not divine revelation, but either a commentary, heresy, or fiction. Baxter claims that Jesus wanted her to write this book so people will know how to overcome evil and be saved.
In other words, because Jesus wanted people to have the gospel, he needed her to write this book. This presumes that Scripture as found in the Bible does not already address these issues. However, there are many passages that present the gospel message. Many passages deal with overcoming sin, evil, and Satan. Many passages teach about hell. In short, Scripture already teaches what she claims her book is supposed to reveal.
Another implication of her claim is that if the gospel was not known until her book came out, then how did all the millions of people learn the gospel from a Bible that supposedly does not contain the gospel? How did they get saved without her book? In other words, Scripture contains all we need in order to know how to be saved and grow in Christ in order to glorify God.
It is not revelation, as she claims. Based on her claims that the book is not illumination, but new revelation, it violates the teaching in Scripture, demotes Scripture, and is, therefore, heresy. Baxter personally, but with the underlying theology of her book.
To disagree on theology is not to attack her or look into her closet, as you say. Instead, it is to say that she advocates a theology, a teaching about God, that I disagree with and find even troubling and dangerous. Her theology raises questions about the inspiration of Scripture, its inerrancy, and its sufficiency. I know many people personally with whom I disagree theologically. I agree and disagree with many with whom I have no personal relationship.
I disagree with Charles Finney that revival can be brought about through methods and formulas, though I never met him. I disagree with a friend from high school, who is an agnostic; I agree with another friend from seminary in salvation by grace through faith in Christ alone. Baxter, but I disagree with her theology. She may be the nicest woman in the world, but I still find her theology concerning and dangerous.
Look at the fruit that this book has produce. It has not sent one person to hell yet. It is not extra-Biblical, but very scriptual. This book has led many to salvation.
For you to insult her character or credibility is wrong. Do you know her? She is a personal friend of mine. Even if it was not, the proof is in the results. That says alot.
She has written something that has positively influenced many Christians today. The book does not seek to replace scripture. If someone was to peek in your closet, what would they find? Someone could say you were dangerous or divisive.
Pray before you write about other Christians. You have no idea of the harm that the written word can cause. Dear Brother John… I just watched Ms. Baxter last night on TBN. What struck me right away was when it was mentioned that demons are there in hell torturing people.
This idea of satan sitting as king over hell and demons doing his bidding is not scriptural. I do not get where this idea came from. What she talked about plays into the old idea of satan with his trusty pitchfork sitting on a throne in hell while demons do his bidding.
Satan will not be running hell and his demon horde will not be about tormenting anyone as they will be tormented themselves. Thank you for your web site. Thank you for your question.
She is advocating a doctrine that revelation is not closed and, thus, Scripture is inadequate. Paul tells us that Scripture is fully adequate and the book of Revelation shows that all God intends to give us in new revelation is closed.
Thus, any person who claims to offer a new revelation—information about the nature of God or his purposes not before known illumination differs in that it brings understanding to revelation already given —directly violates Scripture and, therefore, should be questioned.
She claims that this book was necessary to show the reality of hell, reality of heaven, and to teach people how to be saved.
The only reason this would be true is if there was no source available to the public that already taught these things. Scripture already does this. As a result, her book is not just a commentary on Scripture, but in fact, advocates that Scripture does not teach these things or teaches them inadequately. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Lowery Introduction. George Bloomer. Bishop George Bloomer Contributor.
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