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Many religions appeal to purported divine revelations in order to explain and justify their characteristic beliefs about God, and revelation has usually been understood as an epistemic notion. The topic of divine revelation has been a long-standing and central focus in theology, and philosophical discussions have often taken their cues from Christian theological debates.
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A science almost unknown in this country, except to a few liberalizing theologians who contrive to keep it as secret as they can, is the historical and linguistic criticism of the Bible, the inquiry into the age, origin, and historical value of the various writings comprising the Old and New Testament. This science is almost exclusively German. And, moreover, what little of it has penetrated beyond the limits of Germany is not exactly the best part of it: it is that latitudinarian criticism which prides itself upon being unprejudiced and thoroughgoing, and, at the same time, Christian. The books are not exactly revealed by the holy ghost, but they are revelations of divinity through the sacred spirit of humanity, etc. The same mild, but utterly unhistorical, spirit dominates the renowned Ernest Renan, who is but a poor plagiarist of the German critics.
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Revelation & Revolution. Exploring Holy Spirit Dimensions. REINHARD BONNKE. WITH GEORGE CANTY. This book describes how the Third Person of the.
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He brings to remembrance the words of Christ. For any follow-up question, please send me an email or leave a comment below. John He that believeth on me, as the scripture hath said, out of his belly shall flow rivers of living water.
In Christian theology , pneumatology refers to the study of the Holy Spirit. Due to Christianity's historical relationship with Judaism, theologians often identify the Holy Spirit with the concept of the Ruach Hakodesh in Jewish scripture, in the belief Jesus who was Jewish was expanding upon these Jewish concepts. The New Testament details a close relationship between the Holy Spirit and Jesus during his earthly life and ministry. The Holy Spirit is referred to as "the Lord, the Giver of Life" in the Nicene Creed , which summarises several key beliefs held by many Christian denominations.
He is real. He is powerful. He is the secret dynamic of a vibrant faith.