The Full Revelation of God

First and foremost, the Catholic Church affirms that as God incarnate, Jesus Christ is the full revelation of God. Through Christ, God has said everything. Nothing supplements this final word. Photo by patsw is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. This content uses referral links.   Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes III. Christ Read more…

Stages of Revelation

The stories of biblical heroes embody and consequently represent larger narratives about the various stages of revelation. Photo by tom chandler is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. This content uses referral links.   Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes II. The Stages of Revelation  In the beginning God makes himself known 54 “God, Read more…

Man as a Religious Being

“Man is by nature and vocation a religious being…[He] lives a fully human life only if he freely lives by his bond with God.” Photo by Kevin Gessner is licensed under CC BY 2.0. This content uses referral links.    Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes  IN BRIEF 44 Man is by nature and vocation a Read more…

Can We Know God?

We can know God, but “since our knowledge of God is limited, our language about him is equally so.” Photo by lisa-skorpion is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0. This content uses referral links.   Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes IV. How Can We Speak about God? 39 In defending the ability of human reason to Read more…

Our Capacity to Know God

“In the historical conditions in which he finds himself, however, man experiences many difficulties in coming to know God by the light of reason alone.” Photo by Uwe Niederberger is licensed under CC BY 2.0. This content uses referral links.  Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes III. The Knowledge of God According to the Church Read more…