Theses and Dissertations at Grace Theological Seminary, 1982 -- By: Anonymous
GTJ 4:2 (Fall 83) p. 318
Theses and Dissertations
at Grace Theological Seminary, 1982
Balaam and His God Yahweh, David Thomas Ogletree.
Balanced Church Growth and the Epistles, Marlin P. Rupp.
Biblical Submission, Terry Twigg.
The Building Materials of 1 Corinthians 3:12, Fred Rowden.
Can the Unpardonable Sin Be Committed Today?, Dan Ramsey.
A Chronological Identification of the Rejecters in 2 Thessalonians 2:6–12, Randy Jenkins.
Committed to Follow, Stuart W. Scott.
Communion, the Frequency of Practice, Larry A. Thompson.
The Conceited New Convert’s Condemnation: (A Study of 1 Timothy 3:6), Jeffrey A. Gill.
The Convicting Work of the Holy Spirit as Given in John 16:8–11, Richard Van Heukelum.
A Critical Investigation of Hebrews 12:25–29, Samuel J. Hadley.
A Critical Investigation of Matthew 20:26–27, Mark S. Pluim.
A Critical Investigation of Unity: John 17:21, Terry E. Zebulske.
Dehabituation and Rehabituation in the Christian Life, Daniel P. Stuenzi.
The Destruction of Death: An Examination of Isaiah 25:8 and 1 Corinthians 15:54, Theodore J. Krug.
Does the Christian Have an Old Man?, Mark E. Saunders.
An Examination of Various Idioms Related to Death in the Old Testament, Ronald A. Smals.
An Exegetical and Theological Examination of the ‘Fatal Wound that was Healed’ in Revelation 13, Jart Kent Waggoner.
Exodus 4:24–26: Toward an Understanding of the Account of the “Bloody Husband,” Dean M. Brdlik.
The Glowing Promise of Isaiah 9:1–2 (8:23–9:1 in the Hebrew), Wm. Thomas Betcher.
God’s Response to Temple Destroyers in 1 Corinthians 3:17, Philip E. Bailey.
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