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Pilgrim Holiness: Martyrdom as Descriptive Witness
Martyrdom, as an explicitly christological witness, offers limited but vital description within the various and unpredictable arenas of living, suffering and death. That is, martyrdom is not the tragic conclusion of some ...
Feasts and the Social Order in Early Jewish Society (ca. Third Century B.C.E.-Third Century C.E.)
My dissertation elucidates the roles feasts played in constructing the social order for different Jewish communities from approximately the third century B.C.E. to the third century C.E. Feasts - defined in this work as ...
Towards an Ecumenical Understanding of the Eucharist: A Proposal for Pentecostals
Historically, most Pentecostals have tended to be wary of the concept of "sacraments," and accordingly have favored a purely memorialist understanding of the Lord's Supper or Eucharist. Yet the resources latent in Pentecostal ...