of, or relating to a prophecy or a prophet (adjective)
predicted, as by a prophecy (adjective)
Examples of word prophetic
His name has been synonymous with the phrase "prophetic imagination" for three decades of preachers and Christian teachers.
Note the use of the term prophetic by both, with its complex of connotations quite at odds with the grounding in science — religion and rapture, voices and visions, the conjuring otherwise known as fantasy defined, for the moment, not in terms of literature but in terms of psychology: the sustained fancy; the ludic or oneiric imagining; from the Greek phantasia; a making visible.
But what we shall be saying about it depends largely, I suppose, upon our definition of the term prophetic; also a little upon our feeling with regard to good taste and the permissible in fiction.
And I open it as a pastor and a professor who comes from a long tradition of what I call the prophetic theology of the black church.
He speaks about God from what we call the prophetic posture.