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Revelation and Holy Scripture

Propositional and Nonpropositional revelation

Revelation ­ refers to any act in which God is revealed to human beings. The
characteristics of revelation are that it reveals knowledge of God/God's nature. In
Christianity there are 2 types of revelation. 1) Propositional, 2) Nonpropositional
revelation.
The word `Holy'…

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Refers to the idea that God does not reveal facts or truths to people instead the
religious believer recognises God acting in human history and human
experience e.g. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's character Sherlock Homes as
impressed by the beauty of nature.
Throughts are raied to the possibility of God…

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