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...on is shown and reflected in text. This can be seen through the derived word ‘mirror.’ This can be pulled from portions in the Bible, such as 2 Timothy, Hebrews, and Jeremiah. Also, Doctrine tempers and becomes a determent as far as revelation. It can be broken down in two parts: Special and General Revelation. General revelation is that which comes as a result of special revelation. Without the special revelation we couldn’t come to the general revelation. Doctrine is also pivotal when it comes to revelation, alongside theology. Each plays a role in how revelation is outlined in the biblical sense. The foundation of Doctrine, Theology and how it is received through humankind reflects revelation and can be shown through 2 Timothy 3:16 2, All scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness (NRSV).
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