Special revelation leads to a divine description of God


It is only at the point of special revelation that general revelation gets a “personality”. Only when God chooses to make Himself known through self-disclosure, can mankind construct any form of a truly “divine description” of God.

This was a thought that I wrote down to use in my latest assignment, but am not going to be able to insert it to be used. But I thought to share it somewhere. Where better than on the WWW?

my name is darryl
and this is what i have to say

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About Darryl Schoeman

My Personal Life : challenge leads to thought and thought leads to change More than the Apostle Paul, I can say that I am the chief of sinners (really really really). But I love God and I love the Bible. So I try to live my life with the constant realisation that God is PERMANENTLY with me (yes even when I sin), and seek His presence in everything that I do (except when I sin) and in everything that happens. I share this with others so that they too can believe it and then seek to live it.

Posted on August 13, 2011, in Biblical Philosophy, Christianity, Religion and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Special revelation leads to a divine description of God.

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