In this article, John Piper discusses the idea that there is a Christian duty and biblical basis for using one’s imagination. In fact, in using our imagination, he argues that we are using our minds in the most God-like manner.
According to Tom Nettles, Sam Storms’s argument in his recent book, Practicing the Power, offers a questionable understanding of God’s word. Nettles believes that Storms’s conclusions regarding New Testament prophecy compromise the authority and truthfulness of God’s word.
In line with Sam Storms, Wayne Grudem makes a case for the fallibility of New Testament prophecies. In his commentary of 1 Corinthians, Tom Schreiner responses and believes that Grudem’s argument is unconvincing.