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Man is seen phenomenologically, never without his respective world. Subject of Revelation is God, is the only God. Rom 1.16-17 is known that Paul word, the Martin Luther Reformation owes its realization. Annunciation is mindfulness of God, more than that is the process in which God himself realizes itself. In the oral word, revelation also happens to represent the person God's revelation. The real theological problem is how the unique revelation in the Incarnation and the Resurrection Kreuzes und event with the constant revelation proclaimed the Gospel, which is heard in faith, come together. The fundamental theologian Max Seckler has distinguished between epipha-nical understanding of revelation, instruction theoretical understanding of Revelation and Revelation as self-communication of God. The original context of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Martin Luther reformation; Max Seckler; revelation of God

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