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    • Acts and the Lukan Christology of Universal Witness 

      Yuckman, Colin Hans (2019)
      This dissertation argues that, for Luke, universal witness belongs within a broader claim about the identity of Israel’s Messiah. Framed by Luke 24:46-48 (and Acts 26:22-23), the book of Acts narratively construes the unfolding ...
    • Knowing The Way: Scriptural Imagination and the Acts of the Apostles 

      Pittman, Amanda Jo (2016)
      In this dissertation, I offer a pedagogical proposal for learning the Christian Scriptures guided by respect for the nature of the reader and the integrity of the biblical text. Christian educators have profitably developed ...
    • Preaching Like Peter: Applying the Speeches in Acts 2, 3, 4, and 5 to a Mainline Protestant Pulpit 

      Brown, Mary Wood (2018)
      This thesis looks to Peter as a model of witnessing to Christ through the act of preaching. Its primary material are the speeches delivered immediately after the arrival of the Holy Spirit in Acts 2, 3, 4, and 5. A study ...
    • Witness Acts 

      Wolff, Celia (2018)
      “Witness” is widely recognized as an essential descriptor of Christian life, in large part because of Jesus’ final words to his disciples Acts 1:8, and yet little agreement exists about what practices constitute Christian ...