Date of Award

Spring 2018

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Theology

First Advisor

Eric Hall

Second Advisor

John Ries

Third Advisor

Edward Glowienka

Abstract

Supernatural or divine truth seems to be beyond the grasp of humans and fundamentally incompatible with creaturely finitude. If Christianity is to be true, it needs an account of how supernatural truth is revealed and known.1 Such an account has many avenues and opportunities for research, since the attendant notion of revelation is at the core of faith. In this chapter I will develop out the problem, a taxonomy for handing it, and offer an itinerary for the rest of the work.

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