Publication Date

2016

Abstract

Despite widespread neglect, the doctrine of God’s self-revelation in Christ draws some attention from handbooks and encyclopaedias. It has also been recently examined by analytic philosophers and experts in liturgy. Some writers continue to give a primacy to the propositional view of faith and revelation; others still confuse revelation with biblical inspiration. The question of revelation reaching those beyond Judaism and Christianity and of their responding faith remains largely unexamined.

School/Institute

School of Theology

Document Type

Journal Article

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