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Homosexual Activity: Does Romans 1 Condone Or Condemn It?, R. M. Springett Jan 1990

Homosexual Activity: Does Romans 1 Condone Or Condemn It?, R. M. Springett

Journal of the Adventist Theological Society

No abstract provided.


Translations On Trial: Is Your Bible The Word Of God?, Robert Glenn Gromacki Jan 1990

Translations On Trial: Is Your Bible The Word Of God?, Robert Glenn Gromacki

Faculty Books

No abstract provided.


Review: Philippians, A. Boyd Luter Jan 1990

Review: Philippians, A. Boyd Luter

LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Review: Baker Encyclopedia Of The Bible, A. Boyd Luter Jan 1990

Review: Baker Encyclopedia Of The Bible, A. Boyd Luter

LBTS Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


'The Savior Of The World' (John 4:42), Craig R. Koester Jan 1990

'The Savior Of The World' (John 4:42), Craig R. Koester

Faculty Publications

Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman in John 4 draws on themes of Roman imperialism and Samaria’s colonial history. The Samaritan townspeople call Jesus “the Savior of the world” (4:42), a title used for Roman emperors from Julius Caesar to Hadrian. They go out to meet Jesus and welcome him to their town, a practice used to welcome emperors and other dignitaries. Using a title of empire-wide significance emphasizes that Jesus now transcends older national divisions. The Samaritan woman speaks as an individual and representative of her people. Her personal history with five husbands parallels her national history ...


Christ-Centered Discipleship: A Biblical Concept Of Religious Education, Myung Soo Cho Jan 1990

Christ-Centered Discipleship: A Biblical Concept Of Religious Education, Myung Soo Cho

Dissertations

Concomitant with increased concern for church growth in the 1950s was a new awareness of the importance of discipleship. From the days of Jesus to the present, the concept of discipleship has changed greatly. The problem of this investigation was to identify a Biblical concept of discipleship.

It was hypothesized that the relationship of Jesus with His Heavenly Father was the model for Jesus' discipleship with the Twelve apostles and other disciples. The primary objective was to identify principles form this Christ-centered discipleship that could provide a theoretical framework for Christian religious education.

The historical development of the Rabbinic schools ...


Book Review Of Pastoral Ethics: Professional Responsibilities Of The Clergy, By Gaylord Noyce, Miroslav Kis Dec 1989

Book Review Of Pastoral Ethics: Professional Responsibilities Of The Clergy, By Gaylord Noyce, Miroslav Kis

Miroslav Kis

No abstract provided.