By William G. Hupper, American Theological Library Association
After approximately 3 a long time of study and modifying over six hundred journals spanning 2 hundred years (from 1769 to 1969), quantity VIII contains significant sections: (1) Theological experiences and (2) Qumran and the useless Sea Scrolls.Articles below Theological reports are categorised by means of topic and comprise references to articles at the Nature of God, Cosmology, Cosmography, The Doctrine of guy, Sin, soreness, Heilgeschichte, Ethics, the way forward for lifestyles, using the outdated testomony within the New testomony, Symbolism and Typology, and Apologetics, in addition to stories at the theology of particular books of the Hebrew Bible. It contains a overall of a hundred divisions and subdivisions. The part on Qumran and the useless Sea Scrolls is damaged down into to significant divisions: The Qumran neighborhood, its practices and doctrines, and Literary feedback of the "Dead Sea Scrolls," that is extra subdivided by means of each one specific scroll.Volume VIII additionally references articles on: The impact of the previous testomony on modern tradition, together with artwork, Literature, and song. reviews on anti-Semitism, historical and glossy, Zionism, Jewish-Christian discussion, Use of the outdated testomony in Preaching, and techniques of learning and educating the previous testomony. the full sequence of 8 volumes covers 1157 sections on all points of the traditional close to East and the previous testomony.
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