The Doctrine of Divine Revealtion

The doctrine of “Divine Revelation” in its’ theological and religious context has raised a host of controversy. Basically, there are two concepts of this term. Natural or general revelation and special revelation define the categories of study in this field. General revelation refers to God’s self-disclosure in creation, providentially orchestrated history, and in human nature or moral law. It is general in the sense that it is equally available to all people, everywhere, all the time. It is less specific information about God, however, than is found, say, in the life and teaching of Jesus and the explicit commands, teachings, etc. in the Bible.^DMG

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