revealed religion

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re·vealed religion

(rĭ-vēld′)
n.
A religion founded on belief in divine revelation.
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revealed religion

n
1. (Theology) religion based on the revelation by God to man of ideas that he would not have arrived at by his natural reason alone
2. (Theology) religion in which the existence of God depends on revelation
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Noun1.revealed religion - a religion founded primarily on the revelations of God to humankind
faith, religion, religious belief - a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
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revealed religion

n (Rel) → Offenbarungsreligion f
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References in classic literature ?
I thought it was only in revealed religion that a mistranslation improved the sense."
On the side of the moral, we have certain justification for belief in the utterances of revealed religion. For instance, 'the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much' is altogether for good.
[1] Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1882), champion of the orthodoxy of revealed religion, defender of the Oxford movement, and Regius professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford.
It is my analysis of the documents found in the Coptic monasteries of Syria and Egypt, a work which will cut deep at the very foundation of revealed religion. With my enfeebled health I do not know whether I shall ever be able to complete it, now that my assistant has been taken from me.
It would be pertinent to mention that the Conference on Peace in Revealed Religions, held at Oxford University in the UK in May, adopted an MWL initiative on positive national integration of religious and cultural minorities.
ISLAM is the pinnacle of revealed religions. With the advent of Islam, the revelation of God's word to mankind, stood completed.
Masood Khan said that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), with his advent and teachings, finalized prophethood and all revealed religions. He is a teacher, a benefactor and a role model for Muslims and the entire humanity.
The Senate declared that all the revealed religions including Judaism, Christianity and Islam claim their affiliation with the holy city of Jerusalem, however the US President Trump through announcement had tried to nullify the religious diversity present in the territory.
The resolution said that all the revealed religions, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam, claim their affiliation with the holy city of Jerusalem, but President Trump had tried to nullify the religious diversity present in the territory.
While condemning the cowardly criminal attacks which run counter to all the moral values and human principles as well as the teachings of the revealed religions and which target innocent civilians, the Qatari Foreign Ministry, in a statement , expressed solidarity of the State of Qatar with the brotherly Republic of Turkey and support to all measures it takes to maintain its security and stability.
While condemning the cowardly criminal attacks which run counter to all the moral values and human principles as well as the teachings of the revealed religions and which targeted innocent civilians, the Foreign Ministry, in a statement expressed solidarity of the State of Qatar with the brotherly Republic of Turkey and support to all measures it takes to maintain its security and stability.
The Sign of the Zealot, the fourth section of the book, is composed of just two poems, namely, "Twelve Canticles for the Zealot" and the eponymous "Samarkand and Other Markets I Have Known." An agnostic to the core, Soyinka appears in all verses of the former poem as mordantly critical of all revealed religions preached by overzealous believers.