How God reveals himself is an important matter for Christians, especially evangelicals. For too long, Carisa Ash contends, evangelicals have rightly affirmed that God reveals through the created world, but then they functionally neglect such revelation. In this monograph Ash offers a corrective to this practice by presenting a theology of revelation that explores the commonalities between various forms of revelation (world, written and spoken word, and Incarnate Word). Particularly aimed at theologians interested in theological method, Ash's study will also benefit people interested in faith and learning or interdisciplinary integration. Ash argues that evangelicals must strive to align more closely their affirmations and their practice. Her critique of current practices in theological method and integration, along with the proposed theology of revelation, are designed to help move the conversation forward. ""Dr. Ash has alerted the evangelical community to our embarrassing neglect of Natural Revelation. She carefully documents our affirmation without information. I admire her call for theologians to expand their horizons of conversation to include 'theologians' from the arts and sciences. This is a serious book about a serious neglect in our theology."" --Michael Lawson, Senior Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, Dallas Theological Seminary Carisa Ash (PhD Theological Studies, DTS) serves as Director of Student Advising at Dallas Theological Seminary.