Revelation is seen as a gift from God given only once. David Brown challenges this idea by examining the effect cultural development has on religious belief, narrative, and art, and exploring the nature of the relationship between historical and imaginative truth. This book argues that post-canonical traditions have functioned as imaginative enrichments of religious belief and can also at times lay claim to the title of revelation.

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