Divine revelation and the formation of the Hebrew Scriptures

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This assignment should be double spaced, Times New Roman 12 point font, using MLA format, footnotes (optional), and Works Cited page. 2 points will be deducted for poor spelling and grammar. 1 point will be deducted for each day any paper is posted past the due date. Grades will reflect how well you analyze and synthesize ideas in your own words. Papers should reflect not only your ideas but the sources you use. Proper footnotes (optional) and documentation are required (Only MLA format is acceptable; pls. use only MICROSOFT Word 2003 or 2007). A rambling discussion of a topic that is not backed up with a meaningful connection to the readings or lectures will not be acceptable. Paper must be in MLA format as noted above. The papers main body must be at least 1,500-2000 words (Note–this does not include the works cited page, footnotes, or headers) in length. The paper needs to be well documented. Use no less than three (3) sources.
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Introduction
Divine Revelation Revelation is considered as being supernatural communication between God and man either in written or oral form, though its definition has been restricted to written only written aspect of it. This restriction has been based on the content of the Holy Scripture. This is what has been stated as “It is the discovery by God to man of himself; God showing or unveiling himself: that is, his Being, his moral will and his redemption in Christ” (Tecmalta.org par 3). Revelation is not the only way through which God can reach people; God has the ability of always reaching his ends. However, it is very necessary to for people to attain the real God’s knowledge as well as salvation. According to Romans 1, man has been considered as being inexcusable by nature’s light. But Calvin states that, man is short-sighted and bleary-eyed being lacking the ability of seeing clearly, as a result, there is need for spectacles. Some of the factors that have been considered as hindrances to man’s sight are ignorance, immorality, as well as abject helplessness of men in their natural state
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