By Beverly Moon
The human reception of divine messages, referred to as revelation, has frequently performed a imperative function in international religions. This research explores how spirituality and the non-public event of the divine has been expressed and preserved in a variety of non secular traditions. The phenomenon of revelation is explored and interpreted via examples from around the non secular spectrum, and 6 kinds of revelation are posited: visions and voices, divination, spirit trip, spirit mediation, mystical union, and divine incarnation.
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