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Galatians : As Examined By Diverse Academics In 2012 St. Andrews Scotland$29.99Add to cart
Hermit Kingdom Press
“Paul’s Letter to the Galatians & Christian Theology” conference was held at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland from July 10-13, 2012. This book contains articles by theologians, scholars, and pastors who presented their research at the very important theological conference on the book of Galatians. This book will be helpful for scholars, pastors, and serious students of the Bible. And this book can be used as a textbook at a seminary or a university and can be utilized in Church Bible studies classes, as well. The University of St. Andrews was founded in 1413, fully one hundred years before the Protestant Reformation. It is Scotland’s first university and the third oldest in the English speaking world. Since the very beginning, the University of St. Andrews has played an instrumental role in providing leadership for the academic study of theology and for the Christian church. John Knox, the founder of the Presbyterian church, is among the luminaries who studied at the University of St. Andrews.
Intricately Connected : Biblical Studies Intertextuality And Literary Genre$31.99Add to cart
1: The Lord’s Supper As The Key Signifier In The Da Vinci Code (2006)
2: Jeremiah 11:1-17 And Deuteronomy 29 Compared: A Study In Structure, Language, And Ideas To Elucidate Their Relationship
3: Luke 4:14-30 And Its Socio-Historical Context Of Galilee For Understanding Jesus Of Nazareth And The Jesus Movement
4: The Psalms Of Solomon As A Proz-Zadokite Document: A Content-Thematic Examination Of Chapter 17
5: Prohibition Imperative In Septuagint Greek
6: Beloved As The Source Of Redemption: Toni Morrison’s Contribution To The Phenomenon Of Scripturalization
Intricately Connected contains academic papers presented by Kim at various international conferences in the fields of biblical studies, literary criticism, and intertexuality. The articles examine the question of how various literatures connect to consciousness and culture at personal and collective levels. The focus is on the functionality of literature across time and space and addresses such questions as: How do later books of the Bible, such as Jeremiah, utilize consciousness and ideas from earlier times, such as those found in the book Deuteronomy? How does Toni Morrison link African-American experience of today with experience of slavery hundreds of years ago? How does the film Da Vinci Code (2006) assess and manipulate the received tradition of the Lord’s Supper?