divine revelation

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Synonyms for divine revelation

communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency


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He became a Muslim in 1963, but not because of a divine revelation or other spiritual inspiration.
Naturalistic" in this context, however, does not mean materialistic but, rather, finding the Transcendent or the Divine within the workings of nature rather than in an alleged spiritual realm accessible only through special divine revelation.
Divine Revelation A Call from Christ to Join the Armies of Heaven
5:21, then we must conclude that the science-history in that chapter is not a divine revelation.
They mistakenly believe that Divine Revelation must adapt itself to the current mentality in order to be credible, instead of the current mentality converting in the light that comes to us from on high.
Firstly, Allahs word in the form of the Quran represents unique evidence of the divine revelation, which was actually conveyed orally to Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), but was then recorded in writing by his companions and circulated.
CAIRO: Nearly a billion and a half Muslims worldwide this week begin the annual holy month of Ramadan, a time of prayer and fasting that commemorates the divine revelation received by the Prophet Mohamed.
Genaro Garcia Luna, Mexico's public safety secretary, said Jose Mar Flores, a 44-year-old Bolivian man, told investigators he hijacked Aeromexico Flight 576 after a divine revelation.
One of the greater merits of this book is the way Schall distinguishes and orders the special claims of politics, philosophy, and divine revelation.
It's a divine revelation embodied principally in the holy scripture.
Because divine revelation from ancient scripture doesn't carry enough authority in general public discourse, fundamentalists must disguise their religious beliefs about objective truth as "science" and try to get them taught as such in the public schools.
De Beze's effort to place his poetic skill in the service of Protestantism is almost as poignant as the pathos of Abraham, who tries to make sense of the conflicting data he gathers from natural reason and divine revelation.
Highly recommended reading for all Christians regardless of their denominational affiliation, "The Christian Combat Manual" covers the historical accuracy of divine revelation, the theory of evolution, the demonstrated existence of God, the person of Jesus Christ, and the contemporary issues and secular postmodern doctrines facing Christians today in the broader and mainstream American culture.
This definition quite precisely weakens the strong scriptural theology of a scientia divina that deploys a divine revelation with a uniquely authorized provenance; but it is a theologically engaged hermeneutics: it does not read scripture as a mere document to be studied historically or comparatively without "engaging my existence or passion.