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Use "revealer" in a sentence
"The death of religion, the deification of the revealer or _Avatar_, and the substitution of the priesthood as of divine authority, in place of the _revealer_ or the revelation."
"The delusion that he had actually achieved this feat did no harm at first, because if people's views are sound, about evolution or anything else, it does not make two straws difference whether they call the revealer of their views Tom or Dick."
"Scripture reach not the cause in hand: for our inquiry is not about believing the truths revealed, but about believing the revelation itself, the Scripture itself, to be divine; and this we do only because of the authority and veracity of the revealer, that is, of God himself, manifesting themselves therein."