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The idea of revelation in recent thought (edition 1956)

by John Baillie

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What do we mean by revelation ? It is a question to which much hard thinking and careful writing are being devoted in our time, and there is a general awareness among us that it is being answered in a way that sounds very differently from the traditional formulations. What I have in mind to do is to define as precisely as possible the position which has now emerged, and I shall do it very largely by means of a study of the more recent contributions to the subject, attempting to discriminate between them where they conflict, and pulling together as much of them as appears acceptable. But let us first, in this chapter, remind ourselves of the stages by which the change has come about. It is a story which has often been told and may be resumed very briefly.… (more)
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What do we mean by revelation ? It is a question to which much hard thinking and careful writing are being devoted in our time, and there is a general awareness among us that it is being answered in a way that sounds very differently from the traditional formulations. What I have in mind to do is to define as precisely as possible the position which has now emerged, and I shall do it very largely by means of a study of the more recent contributions to the subject, attempting to discriminate between them where they conflict, and pulling together as much of them as appears acceptable. But let us first, in this chapter, remind ourselves of the stages by which the change has come about. It is a story which has often been told and may be resumed very briefly.

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