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  • Classical trinitarianism and eternal functional subordination : some historical and dogmatic reflections 

    Holmes, Stephen R. (2017-07-11) - Journal article
    Within Anglophone evangelical theology and church life there has been much debate in recent months over the idea of ‘eternal functional subordination’ (EFS) or ‘eternal relationships of authority and submission’ (ERAS). ...
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    Kim, Hyung Tae (University of St Andrews, 2017) - Thesis
  • A literary shema : Annie Dillard's Judeo-Christian vision and voice 

    Kanitz, Lori Ann (University of St Andrews, 2014) - Thesis
    Ample evidence exists for American Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard’s life-long interest in Jewish mysticism. However, to date, its shaping influence on her work has remained unexamined. This thesis seeks to ...
  • How can Mark's Christ be David's son 

    Botner, Max A. (University of St Andrews, 2017) - Thesis
    This study examines the long-standing debate on the Davidssohnfrage in the Gospel according to Mark (12:35–37). In contrast to the traditionsgeschichtliche paradigm set forth by Wrede (1907), it argues that Mark’s stance ...
  • Commentary of Salmon Ben Yeruham on lamentations 

    Abdul-Karim, Mohammed Abdul-Latif (University of St Andrews, 1976) - Thesis
    This thesis is a critical edition of the Judaeo-Arabic commentary on the book of Lamentations by the tenth century Karaite Salmon Ben Yeruham. The edition of the text is based on four manuscripts and nine fragments. Two ...

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