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The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation, PDF eBook

The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation PDF

Edited by Balazs M. Mezei, Francesca Aran Murphy, Kenneth Oakes

Part of the Oxford Handbooks series


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The Oxford Handbook of Divine Revelation offers a systemic approach to the notion of revelation in its various theoretical contexts.

It provides in-depth coverage of the theoretical and historical fields in which the notion of revelation is discussed.

It does not reflect the views of a certain school; under the horizon of contemporary discussions it offers the broadest understanding of the notion.

Its main parts include biblical, theological, philosophical,historical, comparative, and scientific-cultural approaches.

The contributors discuss the most important contemporary questions in theology, philosophy, and science.

The Handbook offers a unique overview of the key problems of revelation, an overview missing from scholarly literature.

Featuring contributionsfrom leading scholars, the collection opens up further possibilities of scholarly work and spiritual vistas concerning the notion and the fact of divine revelation.