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A Modern Analysis of John L. Dagg's "Manual of Theology"
Redefining brotherhood: The need for a new working relationship between African and American churches
An assessment of the changes in the Early Church as seen in the condemnations of the heretics Arius and Pelagius
A reconsideration of the date of Papyrus 46
Can historiography be objective? An examination of the thought of Carl Lotus Becker and Kenneth Scott Latourette
A critical examination of W. A. Criswell's sermons from Acts in comparison with his theory of preaching
Upakoh&d13; npi&d12; st3wv : An intertextual dialogue between Romans and the Isaiah Targum
Simul iustus et peccator: Luther's connection between his doctrines of sanctification and the church
A cluster analysis of the terms evangelism and mission in the 1974 Lausanne Covenant, the 1989 Manila Manifesto, and the 2010 Cape Town Commitment
Scribal habits within the superscription and subscription traditions of Greek New Testament manuscripts
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