Is it true that “all truth is God’s truth”? What does it mean when the Bible talks about a “mystery” that has been revealed?
This week Gino Geraci joins the podcast once again to discuss the topic of “revelation,” and the question of how we know what we know about God, including His will for us, our lives, and the world.
The Bible talks about two specific kinds of revelation: general and specific. In this podcast we give some examples of each and answer questions like: Does one have greater value than the other? What are the benefits of each, and what, if any, limitations do these different forms of revelation carry?
In last week’s episode, we talked about what it means that we are created in the “image of God” and what the implications would be if we were not created in God’s image. That discussion ended with a comment that the doctrine of the Imago Dei (Image of God) hinges on the question of revelation. In this episode we delve into that question.