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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

The Gospels in the Muslim and Christian exegetical discourse from the eighth to the fourteenth century : a thematic and chronological study of Muslim and Christian (Syriac and Arabic) sources of the crucial period in the history of the development of Arab

Accad, Martin January 2001 (has links)
No description available.

A study of the person of Jesus Christ in the Synoptic Gospels, with special reference to the influence of the syncretistic culture and environment

Dezsö, Ladislas January 1930 (has links)
No description available.

Signs and wonders - then and now : an examination of the relationship between miracle-working commissioning and discipleship in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts

Hacking, Keith James January 2004 (has links)
No description available.

To hold infinity in the palm of your hand : the Insular pocket gospel books re-evaluated

Jackson, Eleanor E. January 2017 (has links)
While the small-sized early medieval manuscripts known as the “pocket gospel books” are well known to scholars of Insular culture, the definition and interpretation of this codicological group are far from secure. This study provides a reassessment of these manuscripts, questioning the nature of their grouping, reappraising their individual uniqueness and theorising their common features. As such, it focusses on distinctive aspects of their physical structure, scripts and imagery to provide an interdisciplinary account, including broader points about the group and detailed case studies of specific features of individual manuscripts. More than this however, it takes these manuscripts as the starting point for an exploration of early medieval scribal and monastic culture, resituating them in a cultural world in which manuscripts, and especially gospel books, were central to personal piety, intellectual study and institutional identity alike.

The contemporary revival of the Griesbach hypothesis : an analysis and appraisal

Tuckett, Christopher Mark January 1970 (has links)
No description available.

The presence & authority of the Gospel-book in the fifth-century church councils

Koutris, Charidimos January 2017 (has links)
It has long been assumed that the enthronement of the Gospel-book in the midst of the ecumenical councils was a custom initiated at the First Ecumenical council of Nicaea in 325 and picked up by the ecumenical councils that followed. Similarly, it is assumed that the presence of the Gospel-book in the modern courtrooms on which witnesses swear oaths to testify truthfully originates from ancient Greek and Roman court practice. This thesis puts forward an alternative approach by suggesting that it was Cyril of Alexandria who first enthroned the Gospel-book in the midst of the Third Ecumenical council of Ephesus in 431 (Ch.1) to manifest Christ’s presence and presidency, attribute all conciliar-judicial decisions to Him, thus giving them infallible and irrevocable authority (Ch.2). The book, as Son of God and personification of the Truth, now aims to lead the participants to the revelation of the truth and the safeguarding of the orthodox faith (Ch.3). With the elevation of Ephesus and Cyril to de facto exponents of faith, this innovative practice gained greater authority and was gradually established too. By the time of Chalcedon in 451, the enthronement of the Gospel-book as Christ in the midst of the councils can be seen in even more bishoprics of the East (Ch.4). In these councils the Gospel-book now has supreme authority, as evident by the way people refer to it (Ch.5), their preference for it over any other religious or secular object (Ch.6), as well as its employment to instil the “fear of God”, extract the truth and attribute infallible authority to their conciliar-judicial decisions, as if they were taken by God Himself (Ch.7). As an aftermath of Chalcedon, the Gospel-book is gradually introduced by the Emperors to the secular sphere and the Byzantine courts: a practice that is preserved until today.

The Arabic version of the gospel : the mauscript and their families

Kathouth, Hikmat January 2008 (has links)
This thesis is concerned with the Arabic versions of the Gospels. It is an attempt to examine a substantial number of Arabic manuscripts which contain the continuous text of the canonical Gospels copied between the eighth and the nineteenth centuries and found in twenty-one different library collections in Europe and the Orient. Following the introduction, Chapter Two presents the state of research from the middle of the nineteenth century to the present time. Chapter Three introduces and reflects on the two hundred plus manuscripts examined in this work. Chapters Four to Eight concentrate on grouping these manuscripts into twenty-four families and examining their Vorlagen (Greek, Syriac, Coptic and Latin). In order to examine the relationship between the families, phylogenetic software is used. Consequently, the manuscripts are grouped into seven different mega clusters or tribes. Finally the date of the first translation of the Gospels into Arabic is addressed and (a) provisional date(s) suggested based on the textual and linguistic analyses of the manuscripts. The conclusion in Chapter Ten gives the overall contribution made by this thesis and also future avenues for the study of the Arabic versions of the Gospels.


Chang, Terry 14 September 2001 (has links)
Abstract This thesis discusses 226Ra distribution in the seawater of the East China Sea and the sea off northeastern Taiwan. Six profiles and fifteen surface water samples were measured. Water samples were collected during cruises 493 and 523 in July, 1997 and July, 1998, respectively. 226Ra measurements were performed by the regenerated 222Rn method that had been widely used for seawater samples. The surface water 226Ra activities vary between 8.7 and 15.9 dpm/100kg in the East China Sea. There is an increase in surface water 226Ra northward toward the estuary of the Changjiang. This variation is somewhat similar to that observed in the East China Sea by Nozaki et al. (1976). The surface water 226Ra activities vary between 9.1 and 10.8 dpm/100kg in the area off northeastern Taiwan. There values are higher than KEEP-MASS cruise of July, 1992. The Kuroshio Current not easy to enter shelf, so the dilution effect of Kuroshio is smaller. Otherwise, There are 226Ra in profiles were measured from six stations on Cruise 493 (13 and 15) in Kuroshio area and Cruise 523 (5, 7, 13 and 15) in shelf. The deep water profile on Cruise 493 (st.13) displays a phenomenon 226Ra increase from about 9.7 dpm/100kg at 5m to about 14.3 dpm/100kg at 500m, station 15 from Cruise 493 displays a phenomenon 226Ra increase from about 9.8 dpm/100kg at 5m to about 17.7 dpm/100kg at 800m. 226Ra profile at station 7 showed that the gradient from 600m to 750m is large, and 226Ra concentration does not increase below this depth. 226Ra maybe associated with nepheloid layer due to lateral or horizontal transport of the water mass. Each 226Ra profile shows a downward increase from less than 10 dpm/100kg at the surface, and shows the underlying sediments as the main source. Based on the radioactive disequilibrium observed between 210Pb and 226Ra, all the ratios of Pb-210/Ra-226 in Station 13 are greater than 1, except at 400m. The 210Pb concentration is high and the ratio of Pb-210/Ra-226 is greater than 1 at 800m.

Two deaths for our salvation? : the place of Judas Iscariot in Christology

Cane, Anthony William Nicholas Strephon January 2002 (has links)
No description available.

'Repent and turn to God' : witnessing through the miraculous and proclamation in the Book of Acts

Venkataraman, Babu Immanuel January 2002 (has links)
No description available.

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