This article delves into the philosophical underpinnings of special revelation in Christianity. It explores common objections, underscores the significance of the Bible in imparting this divine wisdom, and examines the contrast between Christianity and pagan religions.
Jesus has confirmed and supplemented Natural Theology, or that which is independent of supernatural revelation. He has consummated the preliminary disclosures of His own earlier dispensations. He has discredited and condemned all teachers and teaching that reject His authority.
Does the Bible contain a revelation of the divine Mind to man? is a question that thrusts itself upon every investigator of its pages. Are the motives of Moses and the prophets, and of Christ and his apostles, as contained in the Old and New Testaments, really true, and is Christianity supernatural, and are its claims of God?