Defined as the relational self-disclosure of Godself, divine revelation has the potential to propel us ever deeper into the mystery of the crucified God. In a faith-filled response to the Paschal Mystery's salvific and liberating promise, we can traverse the ontological gap between humanity and divinity, but how does this embodied revelation influence the trajectory of social justice? This paper embarks on a methodological endeavor to articulate the purpose of divine revelation.
Penny, Joseph. 2021. On Revelation, Faith, and Justice. Obsculta 14, (1) : 174-178. https://digitalcommons.csbsju.edu/obsculta/vol14/iss1/15.