By: Paul N. Poloz
What is Revelation?
Revelation and creativity are inseparable from each other. The artist and theologian, poet and philosopher, composer and scientist understand this. Creativity is one of the greatest mysteries of life – the mystery of a new phenomenon that had never existed before. Revelation is a breakthrough from nonexistence, without which the creativeness of man is impossible.
The relationship between the paths of human creativity and the mystery of revelation is the most central, most painful and urgent problem of our time. The modern world does not believe in revelation, although a revelation enjoys not only a believer but an atheist too.
Revelation is so essential that it is greater than art, religion, culture, and science itself. Therefore, we give it the greatest respect and priority in our Foundation.
Our emphasis on revelation is central to Our Initiatives, which focus on the studies of “The Phenomenon of the Spirit of Revelation” and “The History of Revelation” in the field of art, culture, and religion. We particularly devote ourselves to the study of the concept “The Revelation of Truth.” Through this work we aim to shed the light over the existing crises of contemporary art and culture, as well as over the many problems of religious and cultural creativeness of contemporary man.