Models of Revelation

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Doubleday, 1983 - Religion - 345 pages
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Discusses the nature of revelation as doctrine, history, and inner experience, and examines its relationship to the Bible, eschatology, and other religions

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User Review  - Peter Fick - Goodreads

I gave it 4 stars because it gives a good overview of many different theologians and the models they are associated with (by Dulles). Read full review

Review: Models of Revelation

User Review  - Charlie - Goodreads

The first half is a primer orienting the reader to five contemporary models of revelation. The second half argues for the author's own view, symbolic mediation. For some readers, the whole book will ... Read full review

Contents

the use of models in revelation
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revelation as doctrine
36
revelation as history
53
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