Re: The state of suburban theology

From: Howard J. Van Till <>
Date: Mon Jun 21 2004 - 08:34:04 EDT

On 6/20/04 2:39 PM, "George Murphy" <> wrote:

> Again I think that a difference more fundamental than what we may have
> about the biblical text has to do with whether there really has been
> anything corresponding to the traditional idea of "special revelation." Or
> is what has been regarded as that just "selected human apprehensions of
> God" - i.e., instances of general revelation (or what has been perceived as
> such) that some people have been particularly aware of?

Good question. But before I respond it would be helpful to me to know your
definitions of both "special revelation" and "general revelation," including
reference to the manner in which both the means and content of these two
categories of revelation might differ.

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