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Biblical Studies

Concordia Seminary - Saint Louis

Master of Sacred Theology Thesis

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A Study Of Recent Research On The Concept Of Holy War In The Old Testament, Brian Truog May 1983

A Study Of Recent Research On The Concept Of Holy War In The Old Testament, Brian Truog

Master of Sacred Theology Thesis

The main purpose of this thesis is to gain a general overview of recent scholarship in the area of Holy War in the Old Testament. Holy War is a "problem" for the Christian for at least two reasons. First, the concept of holy War in the Old Testament is often a major point used in stressing the discontinuity between the Old Testament and the New Testament. Contrasts are set up between the Old Testament as a book of Law and the New Testament as a book of Gospel. The Old Testament is seen as containing a primitive form of religion ...


Alexander Campbell's Principals Of Interpretation Of Interpretation As Seen In His Conception Of The Church, George Estes Jun 1957

Alexander Campbell's Principals Of Interpretation Of Interpretation As Seen In His Conception Of The Church, George Estes

Master of Sacred Theology Thesis

In this thesis our purpose has been to formulate, define and illustrate those rules Alexander Campbell compiled and applied in reaching conclusions and decisions on the meaning of Bible passages referring to the Church, rather than to give a full exposition of his conception of the pertinent doctrines. The examples, therefore, are taken from those sections of Campbellā€™s writings where we found the rules used or referred to, on such subjects as baptism, The Lord's Supper, the covenants or any other subject that is included in the doctrine of the church.


The Typological Method Of Biblical Interpretation: An Investigation, Willard Burce May 1949

The Typological Method Of Biblical Interpretation: An Investigation, Willard Burce

Master of Sacred Theology Thesis

It was the original object of this study to investigate these three questions. The subject is very large, however. It. seems more salutary to deal for the first with the history of typology and to see how exegetes of the Church down through the years have faced the problems of understanding and discussing types.