In a sense, all knowledge may be viewed as revelational since meaning is not imposed upon things by the human knower alone but, rather, is made possible because mankind and the universe are the work of a rational Deity, who fashioned an intelligible creation.  Human knowledge is not a source of knowledge to be contrasted with revelation, but is a means of comprehending revelation.

From: The Drift of Western Thought by Carl F. H. Henry (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1951), p. 104.

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