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Author: Kern Robert Trembath
ISBN13: 978-0195069372
Title: Divine Revelation: Our Moral Relation with God
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Language: English
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Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1St Edition edition (October 31, 1991)
Pages: 240

Divine Revelation: Our Moral Relation with God by Kern Robert Trembath

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Our Knowledge ofGod According to Karl Rahner. Professor Trembath contributed recently to our pages an essay entitled 'Biblical Inspiration and the believing Community: A New Look' (EQ 58:3, July 1986, 245-56). His latest contribution makes an interesting comparison between the Roman Catholic theolngian Karl Rahner andJohn Calvin. Not long ago an article appeared in this journal concerningJohn Calvin's understanding of the knowledge of God as evidenced in the Institutes. though, that humans can have knowledge about God which is real precisely because it is reception of divine revelation; knowledge is ultimately and fundamentally correlative to revelation. For Rahner as for Calvin, human beings are constitutively oriented towards God. Unlike Calvin, though, Rahner does not (yet) identity this orientation as knowledge.

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Trembath examines several examples of each approach, concluding that deductivists begin with a particular doctrine of God and man that requires that all communication from God must be inerrant in its form. Inspiration, then, must be understood by examining the form of the Bible itself. Inductivists, on the other hand, evaluate inspiration by examining the effect it brings to the believing community. The effect they look for is the experience of salvation. Kern Robert Trembath, Evangelical Theories of Biblical Inspiration (New York: Oxford Univ  .

In this book, Trembath attempts to address the question of the self-revealing God from the perspective of the grounding of human nature itself in God. This grounding is the moral nature of human beings, and constitutes the fundamental revelation of the self-transcending God which accounts both for how we can hear God's word on the one hand, and how we are constituted as self-transcending beings on the other. Until this grounding is accounted for, all speculations about real or alleged divine revelations are critically presumptuous. Trembath finds the moralness of human beings particularly in the capacities for knowing, loving, and hoping (which he sees as the historical expression of the Triune God) and thus in the fundamental communitarianness of human beings (which he sees as the expression of the One God.)