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History and the Hebrew Bible ; The Myth of the Empty Land ; The Babylonian Captivity of the Book of Isaiah ; A Way in the Wilderness
(The University of Edinburgh, 2010)
A Way in the Wilderness. The 'Second Exodus' in the Message ofSecond Isaiah (Journal of Semitic Studies. Monograph, 12; Manchester: The University of Manchester, 1989); The Babylonian Captivity of the Book of Isaiah. ...
Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the writings of Henry Barclay Swete
(The University of Edinburgh, 1967)
It is the purpose of this study to examine all of the writings of Dr. Swete to determine the content, the direction, and the conclusions of his thinking on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit as these are related in particular ...
Nature, functions and problems of the therapeutic relationship in councelling - with special reference to pastoral councelling
(The University of Edinburgh, 1971)
One of my chief motives in undertaking this study for my M. Th. Degree was in order to become more acquainted with an area of research and practice which has a direct and immediate bearing on my work as a minister. ...
Attitude of Jean Paul Richter to Christianity
(The University of Edinburgh, 1959)
This study has been written, at the suggestion of Professor E. C. Mason, to examine to what extent Jean Paul may rightly be called a Christian. It is necessary to ask this question because much that is written about ...
Bishop Gilbert Burnet (1643-1715). A critical account of his conception of the Christian ministry.
(The University of Edinburgh, 1966)
The substance of this study of Bishop Gilbert Burnet's conception of the ministry, in the first place, sets out the multifarious aspects of the development of his thought and his educational environment. At this juncture, ...
Study of Frafra healing rituals of Kaaba and their implications for a Frafra Christian ministry of healing in Ghana
(The University of Edinburgh, 1995)
Evangelical parachurch movements in Ghanaian Christianity : c.1950-early 1990s
(The University of Edinburgh, 1994)
The thesis examines the origins, growth and indigenisation of parachurch movements, in their primary and secondary forms, in the context of established Christianity in Ghana in the post-war era. The historical accounts ...
Christian America: Lyman Beecher and Theodore Dwight Weld, two perspectives on the evangelical tradition
(The University of Edinburgh, 1986)
This thesis will concentrate primarily on American Evangelicalism in the third and fourth decades of the 19th. Century. More specifically, it will deal with those in the North who were sympathetic to, and actively ...
Church and society, a study of the social work and thought of James Begg, D.D. (1808-1883), A.H Charteris, D.D., LL.D (1835 - 1908), and David Watson, D.D. (1859 - 1943)
(The University of Edinburgh, 1953)
This dissertation is a study of the social work and thought of three eminent Scottish ministers whose major contributions to the Church and society came in the years from 1835 to 1935# Br. James Begg, Br. A. H. Charteris, ...
"Deus humanitus saepe cum suis agere solet" : an analysis of divine accommodation in the thought of John Calvin
(The University of Edinburgh, 2007)
This study is an attempt to analyze the motif, or collection of motifs, of divine accommodation as they appear in the thought of John Calvin. After introducing the subject and critically summarizing the relevant secondary ...