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    • My Eyes Have Seen the King 

      Rollo, Hiram, Jr. (2003-04-23)
      This thesis seeks to emphasize through music that worship is our encounter with God, the King of Glory. Worship starts with His initiative to reveal Himself to us. Then, as we see God by faith, we respond to Him and to His ...
    • Mysterion and the Salvation of "All Israel" in Romans 9-11 

      Sears, Philip Chase (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2019-04-23)
      The aim of this study is to build upon the emerging consensus that the Pauline mystery is rooted in a Jewish apocalyptic context, reflecting a “once hidden, now revealed” schema. For Paul, this mystery schema divides history ...
    • The Myth of the Metaphorical Resurrection: A Critical Analysis of John Dominic Crossan's Methodology, Presuppositions, and Conclusions 

      Anderson, Tawa Jon (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011-05-16)
      This dissertation examines the impact of theological worldview upon John Dominic Crossan's scholarly reconstruction of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Chapter 1 introduces the centrality of resurrection belief in ...
    • A narrative-critical reading of God as a character in the Gospel of Matthew 

      Kim, Dong H. (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2005-10-10)
      This dissertation examines the function of God as a character, and how the characterization of God works within the narrative of the Gospel of Matthew. Chapter 1 presented a rationale for the study of God as a character. ...
    • The nature of the believer's assurance of eternal life in 1 John 

      Bass, Christopher David (2006-12-08)
      This dissertation argues that John fundamentally grounds the believer's assurance in the work of Christ and promise of divine preservation, while supporting this assurance in a vital yet subsidiary way by the manner in ...
    • The Necessity of a Christocentric, Kingdom-Focused Model of Expository Preaching 

      Prince, David Edward (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011-12-14)
      ABSTRACT THE NECESSITY OF A CHRISTOCENTRIC KINGDOM-FOCUSED MODEL OF EXPOSITORY PREACHING David E. Prince, PH.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2011 Chairperson: Dr. Russell D. Moore The ...
    • The Negative Motif of the Sea in the Old Testament 

      Lovett, Kenneth W. (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2019-05-09)
      This dissertation demonstrates that the sea is consistently a negative motif in the OT. Chapter 2 introduces Hermann Gunkel because he wrote the foundational work on the topic of the chaotic sea in the OT. He argued that ...
    • A Neo-Tolstoyan Response to Kitsch 

      Cabal, Daniel Joseph (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2018-11-16)
      Leo Tolstoy’s aesthetic theory in What is Art? defines art as the transmission of emotion through the creation of an object. Awareness of Tolstoy’s history and beliefs extends a more generous understanding to some of his ...
    • The New Authority of the Resurrected Jesus in the Gospels 

      Gregory, Scott Wesson (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2022-04-29)
      Following the evangelists’ emphases in characterizing Jesus, a study of all four resurrection accounts reveals two major themes, namely, that Jesus is (1) the same person as before and (2) one with great and expanded ...
    • The New Covenant in Ephesians 

      Greever, Joshua (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014-05-16)
      This dissertation maintains that the new covenant was a significant soteriological, ecclesiological, and ethical category in Paul's theology. Using Ephesians as a test case, it analyzes the relevant texts where Paul seems ...
    • A New Era of Global Mission: Cities, the Least Reached, and Marketplace Work 

      Zeller, Scott (2016-01-05)
      This thesis argues for the mobilization of marketplace professionals into global missions, particularly in the cities of the world where the least reached peoples are gathering. Chapter 1 sets the stage by describing ...
    • The New Exodus in Hebrews 

      Ndzi, Jones Ngeh (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2018-11-13)
      This dissertation argues that four prominent exodus categories serve the author of Hebrews in his explication of Christ’s redemptive accomplishment. Attending to the author’s use of exodus language it analyzes relevant ...
    • New Exodus, New Covenant, New Creation: The Reuse of the Old Testament in Joel 

      Atkinson, Jonathan (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2022-04-28)
      The book of Joel has numerous parallels with other Old Testament texts, so much so that Joel has often been described as an interpreter of Scripture rather than a traditional prophet. Often, some of these parallels have ...
    • A New Freshman Composition Pedagogy for Christian Colleges and Universities 

      Crider, Amy Leigh (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2018-01-02)
      Freshman composition instructors at Christian institutions face a disturbing predicament: competing pedagogies, administrative pressure to prove freshman composition’s merit, public clamoring for greater return on the ...
    • A New Identity of Obligation: Paul's Metaphorical Response to the Indicative-Imperative Tension in Romans 6:1–14 

      Vera, Andrés David (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2023-03-31)
      This dissertation recognizes that in Romans 6:1–14, Paul responds to the “indicative-imperative” tension, which arises from his gospel in Romans 3–5. It then argues that Paul’s response to this tension comes in the form ...
    • The New Interpretation of Democracy 

      Stivender, James Calvin (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1919)
    • New Life, Better Life: Developing a Model for Church Revitalization from the Book of Hebrews 

      Wootton, Joshua Michael
      The aim of this project is to explore the author of Hebrews’ approach to revitalization. The book of Hebrews demonstrates that church revitalization is not merely a matter of replacing an antiquated model for something ...
    • New Testament Persecution and the Inception of Diokology through the Application of the Regnal Righteousness Dynamic 

      Cochran, Gregory (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2010-05)
      This dissertation seeks to derive a biblical definition of Christian persecution which both identifies the essential character of Christian persecution and offers a pragmatic application of the definition in Christian ...
    • No Other Gospel: Distinguishing Faith and Works in Paul’s Letter to the Galatians for the Student Ministry of Bethel Church 

      Toft, Foster James (Southern Baptist Theological SeminarySchool of Theology, 2023-04-19)
      This work walks through Paul’s proclamation of the finished work of Jesus as Paul teaches that there is no other gospel. In other words, salvation has always been by grace through faith across all redemptive history. Chapter ...
    • The Non-Ending Search for a Pre-DNA Replicator: Richard Dawkins and the Problem of Abiogenesis 

      Fryar, Randall Scott (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014-05-16)
      This dissertation provides a rebuttal to the claims of Richard Dawkins in explaining the origin of life. The bulk of the ensuing analysis challenges his philosophical assumptions as it notes his vacillation between several ...