UNDERSTANDING OF REVELATION IN RELIGIONS OF INDIAN ORIGIN

Abstract

Author(s): Harun D羹ndar KARAHAN

The concept of Revelation is found in all religions that have faith in God in terms of expressing the relationship between the creator and the human. Revelation is a common phenomenon of religions in the way that God communicates with Man and sets principles for the world and the hereafter, even if it is expressed in different meanings in each religion. In this study, we will focus on the interpretation of the concept of Revelation in the most common religions in the Indian subcontinent. Revelation is one of the important concepts in religions in the context of belief in God, the Scr?pture, the prophet and the hereafter. For this reason, it is not possible to understand the other beliefs of a religion without understanding the understanding of Revelation. Although the religions of the Indian subcontinent have been influenced by each other on many issues related to religion, there are some similarities and differences between them on the subject of Revelation. In this research, we tried to examine the concept of Revelation, which plays a major role in understanding the phenomena of Indian religions.

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