revelatory


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Synonyms for revelatory

(usually followed by 'of') pointing out or revealing clearly

prophetic of devastation or ultimate doom

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Remarkable Revelatory Teaching on Supernatural Living
Part Two, The Ancient and Medieval Horizons, rigorously examines several historically "aesthetic" traditions--the Platonic (chapter 5), Stoic (chapter 6), Augustinian (chapter 7), and Bonaventurean/late medieval (chapter 8)--for a textually substantiated corroboration of the continuous presence of an understanding of the aesthetic as having a revelatory aspect, evaluating the adequacy of von Balthasar's treatment of each ancient or medieval author along the way.
This is an England that is acutely aware of the Papal inquisition and the academic controversy concerning alternative revelatory-inspired salvational doctrine, an England that--depending on the readership--simultaneously appropriates, repurposes, tolerates or nervously censors suspect theologies and revelatory writings.
She argues that other issues, most especially the complexly overlapping ones of orthodox but "left wing" revelatory theology and Continental heretical movements (both arenas in which women played key roles) occupied major English writers and ecclesiastical authorities.
In any event, it was a revelatory performance, even more so than his potent account of the First.
Lest this sound unrelentingly grim, rest assured that Jokes succeeds as both a page-turning read and a hilariously revelatory memoir.
Some of Jerome Robbins' ballets, like New York Export: Opus Jazz, seem revelatory in retrospect.
So the superimposition of strips: lit strips, concertina-ed strips and revelatory strips seem inevitable, even flattering the relatively dumb internal fit-out of the offices (not by Morphosis).
Enhanced with occasional illustrations by Noah Mavael Miller, Skinny Eight Avenue is a showcase compendium for the distinctive, thought-provoking, superbly crafted, almost visual, sometimes revelatory poetry of Stephen Paul Miller.
Having just turned 90, the eminent American scholar and historian comments on the current state of race relations, offering his thoughts in an intimate and revelatory manner.
First, Scobie displays a commitment to the church and the ongoing revelatory character of the Bible within the Christian community.
The good burghers of Montargis (located just south of Paris) set aside a room in the town hall to memorialize local greats, and the pantheon they assembled is revelatory, running from the admiral turned Protestant martyr Coligny through the revolutionary orator Mirabeau to the Romantic painter Girodet.
Also being reissued by Yale University Press in time for the centennial is Andrew Birkin's revelatory J.
This issue is filled with other revelatory stories.
IDFA screened 230 films over 10 days, and despite the typical festive buzz and exhilarating discussions, trundling quietly alone across the Leisdseplein in the Amsterdam sunlight (or moonlight) between screenings became a welcome respite before confronting the next war zone, pit of despair or jaw-droppingly revelatory expose of inhumanity.