Philosophy; Revelation and Holy Scripture

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Divine Inspiration
Refers to the belief among Christians that God inspired the writers of the Bible.
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Infalliable
Used by religious believers to indicate that a teaching does not contain any error or possibility of error.
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Non-propositional revelation
Non-direct revelation; believer recognises God acting in human history and experience.
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Propositional revelation
God directly revealing truths about his nature to people.
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Revelation
Refers to any act in which God is revealed to human beings; reveals knowledge of God or his nature.
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Verbal Inspiration
Refers to the divine origins or authorship of every word in the Bible. According to this view God effectively dictates the books of the bible by divine inspiration.
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Used by religious believers to indicate that a teaching does not contain any error or possibility of error.

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Infalliable

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Non-direct revelation; believer recognises God acting in human history and experience.

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Card 4

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God directly revealing truths about his nature to people.

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Card 5

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Refers to any act in which God is revealed to human beings; reveals knowledge of God or his nature.

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