Theses and Dissertations at Grace Theological Seminary, 1981 -- By: Anonymous
GTJ 4:1 (Spr 83) p. 159
Theses and Dissertations
at Grace Theological Seminary, 1981
A balanced Biblical perception of ministerial remuneration with special attention to 1 Corinthians 9:4–19, Herby R. Hughs.
The Biblical concept of paideia, Mark E. Willey.
A Biblical view of anger, Thomas P. Fischbach.
“Born of water,” Ronald Welch.
The Christological significance of “and the Word became flesh,” James E. Fredericks.
The concept of carnality as it relates to progressive sanctification, Michael D. King.
A consideration of the bhma experience based on 1 Corinthians 3:14 and 15, Rex A. Bonar.
1 Corinthians 7:15, Pauline privilege or not? Jesse E. Boggs.
Creation and catastrophism in 2 Peter 3:4–6, Daniel P. Moeller.
The demands of being “my disciple”, Joseph B. Mayhew.
The enigma of prayer, John F. Carini.
Ephesians 5:14, a re-examination of the source and interpretation, Daniel J. Pritchett.
The evangelist in the New Testament, T. A. Hofecker.
An examination of Ephesians 2:3c, Robert L. Foote.
The “falling away” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3, David W. Phillips.
The feast of trumpets: a memorial, Robert R. Congdon.
A historical and biblical interpretation of hospitality, Gary S. H. Soule.
How to quench the Spirit: the relationship between 1 Thessalonians 5:19 and 20, Bruce C. Kalish.
The impossibility of sanctification under the law: Romans 7:14–25, Stephen D. Hokuf.
Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament, Kevin D. Zuber.
The informal use of the Old Testament in the conversation of Jesus, Darrel G. Taylor.
Inheritance and the patriarchs in Genesis, R. Scott Gifford.
The interpretation of eph ho in Romans 5:12 as it relates to hamartiologica...
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