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  • Divine Disclosures: Religious Experiences as Evidence in Theology 

    Burling, Hugh Dunstan (2019-01-26)
    The first half of this thesis argues that scepticism about the evidential force of religious experiences is driven by concerns about the traditional practices used to discern between ‘illusory’ and ‘genuine’ experiences. ...
  • Stellvertretung as Vicarious Suffering in Dietrich Bonhoeffer 

    Randall, Samuel
    Stellvertretung represents a consistent and central hermeneutic for Bonhoeffer. This thesis demonstrates that, in contrast to other translations, a more precise interpretation of Bonhoeffer’s use of Stellvertretung would ...
  • Family and Identity in the book of Judges 

    Clifton, Bruno John (2019-01-26)
    The importance of the family in ancient Near Eastern society is so frequently recognized that it has become a truism. It is therefore surprising that in a work of identity-making such as the Bible, the influence of family ...
  • Judaizing and Singularity in England, 1618-1667 

    Cottrell-Boyce, Aidan (2019-01-26)
    In the seventeenth century, in England, a remarkable number of small, religious movements began adopting demonstratively Jewish ritual practices. They were labelled by their contemporaries as Judaizers. Typically, this ...

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