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Life is a major theme in the Gospel of John. The programmatic text (Jn. 20:30-31) pronounces the chief motive of the gospel as to “have life in His name”. The Greek term ζωή αιώνιός, meaning ‘ETERNAL LIFE’ occurs seventeen times in the... more
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      Biblical Theology, Christian Spirituality, Catholicism, Life
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      Philosophy, Theology, Violence, Biblical Studies
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      Anthropology, Philosophy, Complexity Theory, Cultural Semiotics
T. Mavromoustakos, S. Despotis, Numerology in the Gospel of John I & II, Logos Volume 4- 2022, 27-42 & 81-100
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      Biblical Theology, Numerical Methods, Biblical Exegesis
Joshua K. Smith is a theologian with a PhD from the Midwestern Baptist Seminary, who also serves as a pastor of the Southern Baptist Church in Mississippi. Robot Theology is his second book in the field of theology, AI, and ethics, after... more
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      Artificial Intelligence, Personhood, Theological Anthropology, Biblical Theology
"Walter Brueggemann’s Trial Metaphor Model – In the Light of Some Critiques. Walter Brueggemann’s Theology of the Old Testament evoked a lot of criticism. His trial metaphor as a methodological frame is generally welcomed. But we... more
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This chapter charts the intellectual development of Albrecht Ritschl (1822-1889) and his school. It thus covers the time from the 1840s to the end of the nineteenth century. Initially, Ritschl's early work in the context of the Tübingen... more
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      Nineteenth Century Studies, Systematic Theology, Historicism, Biblical Theology
How can one talk responsibly and theologically about the biblical canon's unity in a pluralist age? In this article I explore a number of ways in which theological practice both appeals to and constructs the canon's unity. The... more
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      Philosophy, History Of The Bible/Biblical Canon, Biblical Theology, Canon
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      Philosophy, Epistemology, Theology, Systematic Theology
The 50th anniversary of Vatican II (1962–65) provides a good opportunity to reflect on its theological significance. The ongoing debates surrounding the hermeneutics of the council, the plethora of historical-critical studies, and... more
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      Philosophy, Theology, Systematic Theology, Catholic Theology
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      Jewish Studies, Art, Byzantine Studies, Biblical Theology
Reseña del libro de Christopher Wright - Cómo predicar desde el Antiguo Testamento, un libro relevante en el contexto actual.
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      Theology, Old Testament Theology, Old Testament, Biblical Theology
Un resumen como auxiliar de una presentación. Solamente material práctico para sus iglesias o clases
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      Biblical Theology, Teologia, Cristianismo, Biblia
“Revealing the Father through the Book of Revelation” uses the idealist spiritual approach. However, it differs from other books that use the same interpretation approach. This commentary focuses on the Revelation of God, the Father of... more
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      Biblical Studies, Biblical Theology, Book of Revelation, Biblical Exegesis
Published in: Memory and the City in Ancient Israel Edited by Diana V. Edelman and Ehud Ben Zvi Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 2014, pp. 309-320 This article is a companion piece to “Gates in the Ground and Castles in the Air” that... more
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      Jewish Studies, Urban History, History and Memory, Hebrew Bible
[Pre-publication proofs - only cite from the published version please!] In this article I address a number of interrelated questions that illustrate the unique vision of “City” in apocalyptic thinking. The first part of the paper explores... more
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      Jewish Studies, History and Memory, Early Christianity, Biblical Studies
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      Cultural Studies, Psychology, Biblical Theology, Faith
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      Philosophy, New Testament, Literature, Old Testament
Un estudio de la Trinidad y en especial de la Tercera Persona de la Divinidad, el Espíritu Santo aparentemente supondría para los cristianos en general una oportunidad de coincidencias teológicas con escasas diferencias. La realidad, como... more
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      Hermeneutics, Theological Hermeneutics, Biblical Studies, Biblical Theology
En el intento de estudiar a Dios el Hijo, podemos encontrarnos con una gran variedad de posiciones teológicas, algunas muy próximas a la que aquí presentaremos y otras muy distantes. El origen de estas posiciones se encuentra en el... more
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      Systematic Theology, Hermeneutics, Theological Hermeneutics, Biblical Studies