Debator, you rather rashly said said:
"I am not splitting hairs, unless they claim to be INSPIRED oF GOD they cannot be classed as false prophets that is a Bible fact"
That's complete nonsense. And you can split hairs all you like, it still won't do you any good. Can you show me the Bible verses to support your 'Bible fact' where:
1. false prophets are identified as such in the Bible (and they have also specifically declared themselves 'prophets', only to be proven false).
2. they specifically claim 'inspiration' from God. (they use the word 'inspiration', as you insist is vital)
And all false prophets in the Bible will have to be shown to do this consistently, because you are claiming a rule.
So, for your claim to be substantiated, all identified false prophets in the Bible will have to both directly claim to be 'Prophets' and directly claim 'inspiration' . If they don't do this in all cases, then, according to your rule, the Bible is wrong in identifying them - any of them - as 'False Prophets, or the like.
This should be interesting. I look forward to your response.
BTW, you are deviating from the Society's own teachings on what identifies and condemns as a false prophet, because it suits you. They have already condemned themselves out of their own mouth:
"True, there have been those in times past who predicted an 'end to the world', even announcing a specific date. Yet nothing happened. The 'end' did not come. They were guilty of false prophesying." (Awake, Oct. 8, 1968).