Meaning of revelational in English:


Pronunciation /ˌrɛvəˈleɪʃnəl/


See revelation

‘History becomes revelational not in itself, or as such, but through the illuminating work of God, who uses history both to verify and to challenge human understandings of scriptural truth-claims.’
  • ‘The immediate problem with these reformulations of doctrine, of course, is the extent to which they fulfill Ritschl's notion of a revelational rediscovery.’
  • ‘This revelational aspect of Page's poetry - which I am going to suggest is much less integral to her more recent work - is inseparable from her vision of vision.’
  • ‘At any given point in time, specific legacies may be balanced in a given way, or a revelational one may override others.’
  • ‘He reminded us that Elijah's ministry was revelational, confrontational and inspirational.’