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|Abstract||This book gives an introduction to the various theological perspectives regarding revelation. It includes a survey of the views of liberal, evangelical, Calvinist, and Charismatic theologians. The author presents his succinct view in the last chapter.|
|Keywords||Theology of Revelation Inspiration of Bible Infallibility of Bible Interpretation of Bible|
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