Doctrine: Revelation

February 11, 2013 — Leave a comment


In case you missed last night’s Doctrine class, here are the slides we went through: Revelation.

Since this chapter really focused more on the doctrine of Scripture, we focused primarily on revelation itself, and put off things like inspiration and inerrancy until next week.

In my own understanding of revelation, I’ve found the thought of Cornelius Van Til, John Frame, and Calvin to be the most useful. Particularly helpful is Van Til’s approach in Introduction to Systematic Theology. You may also find some of these quotes from Calvin helpful.

Recently, I finally finished reading Peter Jensen’s The Revelation of God (Contours of Christian Theology) and would highly recommend that book to you. If you follow me on Twitter, you can see a list of quotes from the book at this link.

And finally, if you’re particularly interested in reading how a cultural product, specifically movies, can function as revelation of God, then let’s do coffee sometime and I’ll explain!


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