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18:22 demands that we reject the claim that the history-science in Genesis 1 is a divine revelation, we have no choice as Christians but to separate the history-science from the theological messages, just as we do with parables.
Written in response to the author's divine revelation that she should "give up something for the Lord", Prayers In Poetry For All Faiths is the debut poetry collection of a profoundly faithful woman, expressing her love for God and fellow humans in gentle free verse.
The book's presentation of divine revelation as a "wound of knowledge," as a rupture within thought itself, is especially interesting.
He examines not only his widely controversial writings against the clergy, the authority of divine revelation, and relations between church and state; but also the contributions he made to international law on piracy and to the campaign for the freedom of the press.
The human being is created in the image and likeness of God in order to embrace divine revelation and to enter into loving dialogue with Him.
Traditionally Masons have believed in God, the brotherhood of humanity, and the immortality of the soul, but they have maintained these beliefs can be discovered by human reason alone, and so reject the necessity of divine revelation.
makes a vital contribution to a contemporary theology in search of proper method by redirecting attention to the holistic patristic approach that sees knowledge of God as a synergistic act consisting in the contemplation of divine revelation and the world, corroborated with bodily and spiritual discipline, and aided by grace.
Lewis challenges the adequacy of 20th-century Protestant notions of Paul that distinguish his theology from his ethics, emphasize his oral preaching as the sole or primary vehicle for gospel proclamations and divine revelation, and deny that he engages in reasoned and ethical reflection.
The meeting, under the theme "Sacred Scripture in the Life of the Church," helped to mark the fortieth anniversary of the Second Vatican Council's Constitution on Divine Revelation, Dei Verbum.
Accordingly, the inspiration under which the texts were authored provides few clues as to the degree of divine revelation that should be recognized.
In short, ex cathedra means that the pope can explicate an article of divine revelation under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and in full possession of his role as Peter's successor.
Here the Archbishop distinguished between the underlying principles of faith and divine revelation on the one hand, and the reasoned analysis of social issues on the other.