Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or involving revelation; admitting supernatural disclosure.
- adj. Of or pertaining to revelation
- revelation + -al (Wiktionary)
“Moreover, it includes the so-called revelational commandments that call for obedience.”
“To put it briefly, to be a Christian one must hold the revelational truth of the Hebrew”
“In the emotional aftermath of the convention battle, some involved in the struggle are publicly declaring the General Assembly results in revelational superlatives, while others paint it as a victory.”
“The stand that Pastor Hagee and Parsley espouse is not anything new or revelational as "new" or "recently".”
“A little information may be a bad thing, but a lot of information (the internet) can be quite revealing of truth, revelational.”
“Perhaps not in the biblical revelational sense of the word but anybody who aims to replace faith in Christ with faith in government with him at the helm is an anti-christ.”
“Your rendition here is according to a "revelational model" moral modelling in mercy and it is according to faith, not reason.”
“A "long war" whose end cannot be seen is indeed in the offing, a civilizational clash beyond the wildest dreams of bin Laden and revelational fantasies of fundamentalist Christians.”
“As a believer in a revelational religion Christian to be precise I would have expected scripture to have provided some kind of warning prior to such a world shattering, or at least, world-view shattering event.”
“Do you expect, though, there will be something revelational?”
‘revelational’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for revelational.