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Synonyms for revelation

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something disclosed, especially something not previously known or realized

Synonyms for revelation

an enlightening or astonishing disclosure

communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency

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56) through intellectual and revelational activity (p.
Whereas Gajendragadkar would have the state curtail religious interaction, particularly in the form of "religious propagation," Iqbal saw polities, legal concepts, civics, indeed the entire social order emerging out of the revelational, religious experience of the Qur'an.
Specifically, four paradigms of the Trinity will be examined in this exercise: the processional, revelational, dispositional and social.
Today, absent a revelational climate experience at the top, the responsibility devolves again to us in our myriad consumer choices.
For the Casey of Fate, place, correctly understood, does not imply revelational hierarchy or an ethical determinism.
Yet Jensen insisted, to his great credit, that his revelational signs have what he called visual body, that they be effective to the eye.
Hoffman and Albers often appeal to revelational sources.
Not as the bourgeois critics tout, something inaccessible and arcane, but as a powerful life force, amazing in its deep revelational, educational, and aesthetic wonder.
Almost for the first time, we have here a revelational source affirming the validity of the state in its, the state's, own terms.
locates in Bunyan's turn from "other men's words" an "anti-hermeneutics of experience" which elevates revelational knowledge of God's word over propositional knowledge.
Since the imperatives that regulated human action were based on revelational truth, the emancipatory will of Modernity required the creation of another source of truth from which human behaviour could be ruled.
If the learning experience is to be apocalyptic or revelational, we need to know which horses and riders to back.
This is not, it should be clear, to maintain that traditional theists lack revelational basis on which to deny God's all-inclusiveness.
One answer, presumably, is that linguistic representation is conventional, that "represent" is itself a metaphor here; another is that to eliminate words about God would cause a revelational theology such as Judaism to self-destruct.
On the other hand, religion can be the basis and the foundation for daily and revelational spiritual and environmental encounters.