Revelation in Various Religions and so called none-Belief systems.

Task 3
Go on the internet and research the word revelation’
This is what I researched but feel free to do your own research.
Revelation involves the ‘revealing’ of truth and, for many religions, is an important part of learning about God. Buddhists look to the teachings of the Buddha as their main source of revelation.
In Hinduism, the dominant religion of India, revelation is generally viewed as a process whereby the religious seeker, actuating his deeper spiritual powers, escapes from the world of change and illusion and comes into contact with ultimate reality.
Revelation refers to an act in which God conveys a message, teaching, or truth to humanity or to a group of human beings.Jan 15, 2015
In Islamicbelief, revelations are God’s Word delivered by his chosen individuals – known as Messenger prophets – to mankind. In Islam, the Quran is considered a ‘wahy’ given to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad.
Atheism is, in the broadest sense, an absence of belief in the existence of deities. Less broadly … is a lack of empirical evidence, the problem of evil, the argument from inconsistent revelations, the rejection of concepts that … Atheism has sometimes been defined to include the simple absence of belief that any deities exist.
This is my definition as I could not find one on the internet.  The Divine that can be disclosed immediately from a divinity or disclosed in nature…
Feel free to critique this definition and point me to some better and more accurate definition.
The Christian revelation is viewed as occurring primarily in the life, teaching, death, and Resurrection of Jesus, all interpreted by the apostolic witnesses under the illumination of the Holy Spirit.

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