This is a quote from Real Faith & Reason, but you’ll see that it’s a series of quotes by others on the subject of divine revelation.
“The idea that God might authoritatively reveal the truth of Himself to us from above is rejected in favor of a pragmatic theology from below, which does not see religion as a matter of truth at all.” (The Intersection of Science & Christian Theology)
“What is needed instead is an epistemology of the cross, which accepts the creaturely limitations of all our mental constructs and humbly receives illumination from above through faith in Christ and His Word.” (The Intersection of Science & Christian Theology)
“No longer are we just acknowledging a being who exists outside of our ability to define, but we are going to double down by acting on the guidance and authority of a divine being whose primary method of communication is through my own subjective experience. As a matter of fact, the more I relinquish authority and control to this divine being through obedience to His written word and supernatural personal communication, the more I come into contact with His presence at work in my life and the lives of those around me.” (Dirk Bartkoski)
God does reveal Himself to us. Christ lives within and reveals reality through science and other means. Of course, we need to define “science” carefully. We’ll explore the ways God reveals Himself and all reality to us as we continue our journey.
“How do I walk between believing in what I cannot prove and the pursuit of proof for all that I believe? How do I navigate the paradoxes of science and Pentecostalism? It starts with a heavy dose of humility. From the very beginning of Genesis, the story of humankind is the story of humanity’s pursuit to be equal to God. Even if we were to understand all the physical laws that govern this universe, many of the fundamental physical processes we do understand exist as continuums of probability which inherently limits our pursuit of omniscience.” (Dirk Bartkoski)
“I believe this universe is designed to reveal God to those who are willing to remove themselves from His position.” (Dirk Bartkoski)
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