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    • Israel's salvation: The meaning of "all Israel" in Romans 11:26 

      Fung, William Chi-Chau (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2004-05-11)
      This dissertation seeks to find out what Paul means when he writes, "and so all Israel will be saved" in Romans 11:26. Does the phrase "all Israel" refer to the ethnic Israel, the elect Israel, or the church? What is Paul's ...
    • The Israel-Christ-Church Typological Pattern: A Theological Critique of Covenant and Dispensational Theologies 

      Parker, Brent Evan (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017-06-20)
      The purpose of this dissertation was to explore the relationship between the nation of Israel, Jesus Christ, and the church. An examination of the biblical texts with particular attention to the nature of typology indicates ...
    • Israelite Interactions with Gentiles in the Old Testament and the Implications Regarding Missions 

      Eavenson, Nancy J. (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011-12-14)
      ISRAELITE INTERACTIONS WITH GENTILES IN THE OLD TESTAMENT AND THE IMPLICATIONS REGARDING MISSIONS Nancy Jane Eavenson, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011 Chair: Dr. Russell T. Fuller This ...
    • Issues of Historiography Concerning the Tower of Babel 

      Hukom, Alex Mirza Nawidjaja
      The historicity of the Tower of Babel (Gen 11:1–9) has raised considerable debate among Old Testament scholars. Several scholars believe that there are some reasonable arguments to support the possibility of its ...
    • James Madison Pendleton : A Critical Biography 

      Huddleston, William C. (The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1962)
    • James Petigru Boyce: Southern Baptist soteriology in the Reformed tradition 

      Hollingsworth, Mark Barrington (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2007-12-05)
      This thesis investigates the theology of the leading Southern Baptist theologian of the mid-nineteenth century, James P. Boyce. Chapter 1 examines the history of Reformed soteriology among Baptists to the time of Boyce. ...
    • John Charles Ryle: An Intellectual Biography 

      Rogers, Bennett Wade (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016-01-12)
      This dissertation is an intellectual biography of John Charles Ryle, the first Bishop of Liverpool. Chapter 1 focuses on Ryle’s intellectual, theological, and spiritual formation. Special attention is given to his home, ...
    • John Piper: The Making of a Christian Hedonist 

      Taylor, Justin Gerald (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2015-06-18)
      JOHN PIPER: THE MAKING OF A CHRISTIAN HEDONIST Justin Gerald Taylor, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2015 Chair: Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin This dissertation on noted pastor and author John ...
    • John R. Rice and Evangelism: An Essential Mark of Independent Baptist Fundamentalism 

      Lyon, Matthew Lee (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2019-05-07)
      ABSTRACT JOHN R. RICE AND EVANGELISM: AN ESSENTIAL MARK OF INDEPENDENT BAPTIST FUNDAMENTALISM Matthew Lee Lyon, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2019 Chair: Dr. Thomas J. Nettles This ...
    • Jonathan Edwards and Sanctification: The Pursuit of Happiness Found in Union and Obedience 

      Hall, Kevin David (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017-05-31)
      This research endeavors to answer the question of why the believer should obey, specifically considering the issues of motive and ability. The thesis of this study is that Jonathan Edwards provides the critical missing ...
    • The Joy of Assurance As the Essence and Expression of John Flavel’s Spirituality 

      Strickland, Jeff (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2021-11-23)
      The main goal of this dissertation is to contribute to the field of biblical spirituality by demonstrating the link between John Flavel’s understanding of the doctrine of assurance and his pursuit of joy. Joy is the hallmark ...
    • Judgment according to Works in the Epistle to the Romans 

      McFadden, Kevin William (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011-05-16)
      This dissertation examines the meaning and function of the theme of judgment according to works in the epistle to the Romans. It may be summarized with two theses: First, in Romans 1:18-3:20, the judgment motif primarily ...
    • Just As I Was: The Presence of Sacramentalism in the Methods of Southern Baptist Revivalism 

      Denis, David Robert (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2019-09-07)
      David Robert Denis, Th.M. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2019 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Gregg Allison This paper will argue that Southern Baptists in the revivalist tradition have unknowingly adopted a ...
    • Just Not Enough: Reframing Just Peace in an Era of Persistent Conflict 

      Pottinger, Derek Miles (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016-12-23)
      ABSTRACT JUST NOT ENOUGH: REFRAMING JUST PEACE IN AN ERA OF PERSISTENT CONFLICT Derek M. Pottinger, ThM The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Mark T. Coppenger Just peace ...
    • Justification and the Individual in the Wake of the New Perspective on Paul 

      Hassler, Andrew (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011-12-14)
      This dissertation contends that in spite of the increasing trajectory toward a more corporate, covenantal understanding of justification within Pauline scholarship since the emergence of the New Perspective on Paul, there ...
    • Justification in Lukan Theology 

      Barrett, Kyle Scott (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2012-12-14)
      This dissertation argues that Luke has a conscious and detectable theology of justification which can be seen explicitly in Luke 18:9-14 but subtly permeates the narrative. After a brief history of research, the dissertation ...
    • Justification One Hundred Years After Paul 

      Arnold, Brian John (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2013-12-31)
      This dissertation seeks to answer the following question: how did the doctrine of justification fare one hundred years after Paul's death (c. AD 165)? The thesis argued is that Paul's view of justification by faith is ...
    • Justifying Revolution: The American Clergy's Argument for Political Resistance, 1763-1783 

      Steward, Gary (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017-05-31)
      The colonial clergymen who justified political resistance to British authorities from 1763 to 1783 did so in continuity with previous justifications of political resistance found within Reformed Protestantism. Clergymen ...
    • The kingdom in First Corinthians: reevaluating an underestimated Pauline theme 

      Burnette, Samuel Davidson (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016-01-12)
      Despite the fact that scholars regularly overlook the theme of the kingdom in Paul’s letters, the thesis of this work is that the kingdom is a foundational component of God’s saving work in Christ in 1 Corinthians. This ...
    • The Kingdom of God as a Framework for Evangelical Biblical Hermeneutics 

      Patterson, Daniel Lane (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016-01-12)
      ABSTRACT THE KINGDOM OF GOD AS A FRAMEWORK FOR EVANGELICAL BIBLICAL HERMENEUTICS Daniel Lane Patterson, Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2015 Chairman: Dr. Russell D. Moore This dissertation ...