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Revelation as Testimony: A Philosophical-Theological Study

by Mats Wahlberg

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According to the premodern Christian tradition, knowledge of God is mainly testimonial: we know certain important truths about God and divine things because God himself has told them to us. In academic theology of late this view is often summarily dismissed. But to do so is a mistake, claims Mats Wahlberg, who argues that the testimonial understanding of revelation is both intellectually viable and indispensable to Christian theology.

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