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- n. A person who believes in divine revelation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who believes in supernatural revelation.
- n. One who makes a revelation; especially, the author of the Apocalypse.
'Christian humanism' is what people tend to call the first picture; the second is sometimes referred to as a 'revelationist' or 'redemptionist' view.
Him, Pearl, Wolfowitz, Crystal and the whole U.S. front of the Zionist movement – along with the Christian revelationist allies who underpin them will detroy America unless we stop them …
This lack of validated knowledge of the divine or lack of such warranted belief strengthens the hand of the agnostics, though it is also compatible with fideism or a revelationist view such as Barth's, which holds that man on his own can know nothing of God but must rely utterly on God's self-disclosure.
To be a revolutionist it is first necessary to be a revelationist.
If Voltaire have not succeeded in proving himself a strong theist and a strong anti-revelationist, who is to succeed in proving himself one thing or the other in any matter whatsoever?