self-revelation


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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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Today we celebrate because the God we know, the God whose self-revelation began from the moment of Creation and continues until now, is "God for us," ever desiring to be in closer, deeper, fuller union with humanity.
Between metaphysical desire and the self-revelation of absolute otherness would be the life of a subject called to responsibility.
Dei Verbum and its idea of divine self-revelation duplicate the personal dimension of revelation: the Christian revelation must not be understood as a subject-object relation (a subject recognizes something), but rather as an encounter of two subjects, a mutual mediation of persons (somebody recognizes somebody).
Blinded is about self-revelation most of all: about selling out and hiding, about change, and about moving beyond a world centered upon high-stakes strategy and gaming.
This project is part of an attempt to correct that injustice and encourage a more rounded exploration of Christian faith: "if women's voices and experiences are silenced," she says, "half of God's self-revelation, half of the human experience of God, is lost.
argues that he was compelled by the mystery of the gospel and its God and God's self-revelation in Christ rather than by any philosophical, scientific, or artistic motivation.
But the result is hardly a joke, not least for Lohan's fascinating presence, far closer to self-revelation than self-parody.
The Radial Night is a 12-song concept album that examines the interlocking ideas that concern the perils of modernity, communication, relationships, and self-revelation.
Results in some studies in which social influence techniques have been examined have indicated that feelings of similarity are associated with a high level of willingness for self-revelation.
Few realise and actualise it; many have no time or interest, or are overcome with the apprehension of self-revelation.
Though the mutant's role is stupendous it does require the actress to get down to an elemental level of self-revelation.
However, my brain, training, skills, and sincere desire to do right by my patients remind me that self-revelation is not necessary.