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self-revelation

(sĕlf′rĕv′ə-lā′shən)
n.
Revelation of one's thoughts, emotions, or attitudes, intentionally or unintentionally.

self′-re·veal′ing (-rĭ-vē′lĭng) adj.
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frames the history of doctrine as a purposive series of negotiations and decisions in the pilgrim church learning and unlearning about God under the tutelage of the Holy Spirit, he is summing up two and half millennia of all these as heirs of three types of Scripture reading: (eventual) universal salvation in Christ, whose victorious love "will not fail to unite all rational creatures to himself" through their freedom (Origen) (14); absolute priority and necessity of God's self-revealing agency from eternity and his assistance as sheer gift over and against our boasting "of the rationale of God's plan" (Augustine/Boethius) (51); and a distinction between God's antecedent will and consequent will (John of Damascus) (65).
The former political experiment of the army, where Egypt came under a military council rule in the first transitional phase, had been self-revealing to the army as far as political competence is concerned.
In this amusing, thoughtful, self-revealing book, he is driving nails into a door, and we should honor him for it.
Vladislavic's deconstruction of failure proves self-revealing as well as ingenious.
The story of the practice of portraiture is not the main focus, though there are some interesting insights on the interpenetrating duality of self-revealing and masking in portraits and society, as well as some excellent discussions of portraits themselves.
Anthony Julius perceptively adds that "Eliot writes with self-revealing loathing about a short story by Hardy .
It does do a good job of presenting the nuns interviewed, Dolores included, as complex, interesting and often surprisingly self-revealing individuals.
Talk about metaphors, the cover of the Un-Americans sports one of the most self-revealing of blacklistees, and at the same time one of the most iconic and tragic Jewish American entertainers: Zero Mostel.
Weighing up competing claims, establishing priorities among one's principles and concerns, and reaching a decision about whom to support can make voting an excruciatingly difficult if deeply self-revealing process.
There is much to be said about Hong's complicated authorial presence, but the films do not act like self-revealing psychological explorations.
In our self-revealing and self-exposing age, we need a motivation and legitimation discourse, which often seeks and finds its strength in various sensations, inventions of the grandeur of the past, and other sorts of stories that would found and legitimize us, and then would herald to the world about how unique we are.
Two self-revealing responses (June 2011) from well-meaning "ministers" of Holy Communion set out to justify their roles.