God and Symbolic Action 
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Traditional accounts of revelation, particularly of biblical revelation, have typically assumed what has often been labelled an interventionist view of divine action, that is, that God over and above his general ordering and sustaining of the world performs certain specific actions. Though I think this model requires considerable modification to account for the extent of fallibility in the scriptures, none the less it seems to me to be essentially along the right lines. We may think of revelation as a divine dialogue1 in which God acts to speak to a community of faith and further its understanding, but always in such a way that the freedom of individual response is respected. This will explain why failures of moral insight sometimes occur, even for
example in the prophets or psalms. It is because God values something more, that the individual comes to appreciate for himself what the truth is.