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    • Existenz bei Fahr ad-Dīn ar-Rāzī 

      Wassouf, Hassan (2008-03-20)
      Fakhr al-Dīn al-Rāzī (d. 1210), one of the key figures in the history of Islamic theology, played a central role in the development of a "new" kalām inspired - in part - by the Islamic philosophers. This study is concerned ...
    • Der Gott des Friedens. Das paulinische Gotteszeugnis zur Zeit der Pax Augusta 

      Raasch, Renato Carlos (2019-04-02)
      The Syntagma ὁ θεὸς τῆς εἰρήνης is the most commonly used genitive God's name in Paul. Apart from the Letter to the Galatians and the Letter to Philemon, the Syntagma "The God of Peace" appears in all undisputed Pauline ...
    • Harlotry and History 

      McKenzie, Tracy (2019-07-29)
      This dissertation analyzes the textual growth in Ezekiel 16. The Introduction provides an overview of the history of interpretation of the relationship of prophecy to history. After completing text critical work on each ...
    • Das ländliche Pfarrbenefizium im hochmittelalterlichen Erzbistum Trier 

      Brückner, Carola (2001-10-31)
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    • Lutherische Metaphysik im Streit 

      Reese, Olaf (2010-03-17)
      The dissertation, "Lutheran Metaphysics in controversy - Accounts of Calovs antisocinian campaigns" presents in it"s first part the historical background of the controversy between the ...
    • Predigersynoden im Herzogtum Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel 

      Meißner, Wolfgang (2022-11-08)
      Synods of preachers had been established in the wake of church visitations at the end of the 17th century, both as a necessity for pastor training and for church supervision of the preachers had been established. Based on ...
    • Sprache und Glaube 

      Kim, Myeonghee (2019-05-28)
      Language is a clue to understand Gerhard Ebelings theology. The language, with that he dealt in his theological studies, was neither a particular language nor the religious language, rather language in general. Ebeling ...
    • The Soul in Afterlife 

      Emadinia, Arash (2019-10-08)
      Abstract The expectation that the soul continues life after leaving the material body is one of the important features of several Middle East religions. These religions state that the fate of the soul depends on the ...