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Visual exegesis of praise and lament in the psalms of individual lament.
For most of the twentieth century, the majority of Psalms scholarship has understood the change in mood in lament psalms, or Stimmungsumschwung, to be the result of an oracle of salvation of some sort. The result of this ...
“The windows of heaven” : temple windows in the Hebrew Bible and in comparative ancient Near Eastern evidence.
The description of Solomon’s Temple windows in 1 Kgs 6:4 includes obscure terminology and provides no explicit insight into the function or symbolism of the temple windows. In this dissertation, I examine 1 Kgs 6:4 in its ...
The development of female Pentecostal missiology in the Middle East : the careers of Josephine Planter, Lillian Trasher, and Margaret Gaines.
This dissertation is an investigation into the missionary careers of three Pentecostal female missionaries who served in the Middle East. First, Josephine Slezak Planter (1867-1954) immigrated to the United States from ...
The fragility of words : postliberal theology and the difficulty of language.
This dissertation explores the difficulty of taking our human language seriously in the discipline of Christian theology and ethics. The central difficulty that concerns me is how the strength and dependability of language ...
The restoration of all of God’s children : the Gentile mission and the salvation of black-skinned people in Luke/Acts.
The author of Luke and Acts links his discussion of the salvation of the Gentile nations and even the restoration of Israel to the salvation of black-skinned people. Against the background in which Luke is writing, it ...