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  1. Revelation as a Discourse of Language Through Speech Act Theory.Anna Cho - 2021 - HTS Theological Studies 77 (4):1-5.
    Systematic theology regards revelation as a divine discourse between God and us. However, it seems that it does not fully explain how God’s divine discourse transforms our life and what implications it has. Therefore, this article suggests investigating ‘revelation as a discourse of language’ in the light of speech act theory. If we illuminate revelation as a discourse of language as a SAT, the following three hermeneutical contributions to revelation are expected: firstly, revelation is a ‘communicative act’ between God and (...)
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  • The Paradox of Dialectic: Clarifying the Use and Scope of Dialectic in Theology.Aaron Edwards - 2016 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 77 (4-5):273-306.
    ABSTRACTThe meaning of the term ‘dialectic’ is often obscured by its chameleonic multiuse in contemporary theology, and is habitually confused with its sibling concept ‘paradox’. This article narrates dialectic’s theological foundations in the modern dialectical theology school, highlighting in particular Karl Barth’s ‘dialectical’ relationship to dialectic, and dialectical theology’s relationship to paradox. To illuminate and distinguish these concepts further, the article then briefly sketches four varied but conceptually consistent expressions of theological paradox. It is argued that paradox may be exclusively (...)
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