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By William G. Hupper, American Theological Library Association
After approximately 3 many years of analysis and modifying over six hundred journals spanning two hundred years (from 1769 to 1969), quantity VIII comprises significant sections: (1) Theological stories and (2) Qumran and the useless Sea Scrolls.Articles lower than Theological stories are categorised via topic and contain references to articles at the Nature of God, Cosmology, Cosmography, The Doctrine of guy, Sin, soreness, Heilgeschichte, Ethics, the way forward for lifestyles, using the outdated testomony within the New testomony, Symbolism and Typology, and Apologetics, in addition to reports at the theology of particular books of the Hebrew Bible. It includes a overall of a hundred divisions and subdivisions. The part on Qumran and the lifeless Sea Scrolls is damaged down into to significant divisions: The Qumran group, its practices and doctrines, and Literary feedback of the "Dead Sea Scrolls," that is additional subdivided by means of each one specific scroll.Volume VIII additionally references articles on: The impression of the previous testomony on modern tradition, together with paintings, Literature, and song. reports on anti-Semitism, historic and smooth, Zionism, Jewish-Christian discussion, Use of the previous testomony in Preaching, and techniques of learning and educating the outdated testomony. the total sequence of 8 volumes covers 1157 sections on all elements of the traditional close to East and the previous testomony.
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Additional resources for An index to English periodical literature on the Old Testament and ancient Near Eastern studies, Volume 8
Lewis Sperry Chafer, "Introduction to Bibliology," BS 94 (1937) 132-152. John A. W. Haas, "The Word of God," LCQ 10 (1937) 276-283. J. P. Milton, "The Bible as the Word of God," JTALC 3 (1938) #11, 24-38; #12, 21-35. M. " KZ 63 (1939) 399-429, 473-478. Anonymous, "The Inerrancy of the Scriptures," CTM 16 (1945) 116-118. Richard Kehoe, "The Scriptures as the Word of God," NB 27 (1946) 453-460. Page 23 George W. Anderson, "The Idea of the Word of God in the Old Testament," LQHR 172 (1947) 123-129.
A Modern View of the Bible] Marten H. Woudstra, "Prophecy, Magic, and the Written Word," CTJ 2 (1967) 53-56. Robert Preus, "Notes on the Inerrancy of Scripture," CTM 38 (1967) 363-375. George I. Mavrodes, "Science and the Infallibility of the Bible," JASA 19 (1967) 90-92. *Walther Zimmerli, "The Word of God in the Book of Ezekiel," JTC 4 (1967) 1-13. Hermon N. Ridderbos, "An Attempt at the Theological Definition of Inerrancy, Infallibility, and Authority," IRB #32&33 (1968) 27-41. Page 25 *G. Gerald Harrop, "The Bible Cover to Cover," TBMDC #4 (1968) 1-19.
Fred Plocher, "Biblical Criticism and Theology," UnionR 3 (1941-42) #1, 25-30. James D. Smart, "The Death and Rebirth of Old Testament Theology," JR 23 (1943) 1-11, 125-136. William A. Irwin, "Old Testament Theology-Criticism of Dr. Smart's Article," JR 23 (1943) 286-287. Page 5 Robert C. Dentan, "The Old Testament and a Theology for Today," ATR 27 (1945) 17-26. William A. Irwin, "The Reviving Theology of the Old Testament," JR 25 (1945) 235-246. Robert C. Dentan, "The Nature and Function of Old Testament Theology," JAAR 14 (1946) 16-21.