Search for dissertations about: "Gospel of John"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 9 swedish dissertations containing the words Gospel of John.

  1. 1. God in the Fourth Gospel : A Hermeneutical Investigation of the History of Interpretations

    University dissertation from Almqvist & Wiksell International

    Author : Tord Larsson; Lunds universitet.; Lund University.; [2001]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; New Testament Exegesis; nya testamentets exegetik; Bible; New Testament; Johannine writings; Gospel of John; Fourth Gospel; history of interpretations; reception history; Wirkungsgeschichte; hermeneutics; exegetical methods; interpretatory pre¬supposi¬tions; Reforma¬tion exegesis; Martin Luther; John Calvin; Brooke Foss Westcott; Heinrich Julius Holtzmann; Rudolf Bultmann; Raymond E. Brown; God; theology; theology proper; notion of God; revelation of God; love of God; activity of God; glory; doxa; the Father; the Son; Logos; Jesus; Trinity; accommodation; de-accommodation.; Reformation exegesis; interpretatory presuppositions; de-accommodation; Bibelvetenskap; General and comparative literature; literature criticism; literary theory; Allmän och jämförande litteratur; litteraturkritik; litteraturteori;

    Abstract : Popular Abstract in Swedish Bibeln, och framför allt Nya Testamentet, har präglat det västerländska tänkandet i en utsträckning som inte alltid noteras i nyare historieskrivning. En ledande roll har spelats av de uppfattningar av Gud som förmedlas av de fyra evangelierna. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Messenger of the Lord in Early Jewish Interpretations of Genesis

    University dissertation from Berlin/New York : Walter de Gruyter

    Author : Camilla Hélena von Heijne; Ersta Sköndal högskola.; [2010]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Bible; Biblical Studies; Genesis; Judaism; Early Jewish Interpretation; Jewish Reception History of the Bible; Angel of the Lord God; Messenger; Angelology; Angelophany; Ambiguous Identity; Relationship; God; Theophany; Vision; Revelation; Dream; Anthropomorphism; Angel of the Presence; Hypostasis; Raphael; Gabriel; Wisdom; Logos; Old Testament Exegesis; Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; Book of Tobit; Wisdom of Solomon; Philo; Josephus; Rabbinica; Rabbinic Literature; Midrash; Targum; Rewritten Bible; Talmud; Type-Scene; Allusion; Gospel of Luke; Annunciation Narrative; Gospel of John; Hagar; Jacob Israel; Aqedah; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Religion Theology Old Testament exegesis; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Religionsvetenskap Teologi Gamla testamentets exegetik;

    Abstract : This dissertation investigates the ambiguous relationship between God and ‘the angel of the Lord/God’ in early Jewish interpretations of Genesis, for example, Gen 16:7–14; 22:1–19, and 31:10–13. Although the designation ‘the angel of the Lord’ does not appear in Genesis 32, this text is included because it exhibits the same ambiguity as the explicit ‘angel of the Lord-texts’. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Messenger of the Lord in Early Jewish Interpretations of Genesis

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Universitetsbiblioteket

    Author : Camilla von Heijne; Uppsala universitet.; [2008]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Bible; Old Testament; Genesis; Judaism; early Jewish interpretation; angel of the Lord God; messenger; angelology; angelophany; ambiguous identity; relationship; God; theophany; vision; revelation; dream; anthropomorphism; angel of the Presence; hypostasis; Raphael; Gabriel; Wisdom; Logos; Old Testament Pseudepigrapha; Book of Tobit; Wisdom of Solomon; Philo; Josephus; Rabbinic literature; Midrash; Targum; rewritten Bible; Talmud; type-scene; allusion; Gospel of Luke; annunciation narrative; Gospel of John; Hagar; Jacob Israel; Aqedah.; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Religion Theology Old Testament exegesis; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Religionsvetenskap Teologi Gamla testamentets exegetik;

    Abstract : This dissertation investigates the ambiguous relationship between God and ‘the angel of the Lord/God’ in early Jewish interpretations of Genesis, for example, Gen 16:7–14; 22:1–19, and 31:10–13. Although the designation ‘the angel of the Lord’ does not appear in Genesis 32, this text is included because it exhibits the same ambiguity as the explicit ‘angel of the Lord-texts’. READ MORE

  4. 4. Byzantine holy images and the issue of transcendence and immanence : The theological background of the Late Byzantine Palaiologan iconography and aesthetics of the Chora church, Istanbul

    University dissertation from Stockholm : Konstvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Anne Karahan; Stockholms universitet.; [2005]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Aesthetics; Balance; Basil the Great; Byzantine; Cappadocian Fathers; Chora church; Chora museum; Church Father; Fresco; Gregory of Nazianzos; Gregory Nazianzen; Gregory of Nyssa; Holy Image; Icon; Iconography; Immanence; Istanbul; John of Damascus; John Damascene; Kariye Camii; Kariye Müzesi; Kinetics; Late Byzantine; Medieval Art; Mosaic; Mural painting; Palaiologan; Palaeologan; Patristics; Transcendence; HUMANITIES and RELIGION Aesthetic subjects Art; HUMANIORA och RELIGIONSVETENSKAP Estetiska ämnen Konstvetenskap;

    Abstract : On the basis of theological ideas in the Christian Orthodox tradition in general, and the Cappadocian Fathers in specific, this dissertation examines how the ontology of the transcendent triune God and the human and divine in Christ is implied or manifest in the Late Byzantine Palaiologan mosaics and murals of the Chora church.The study is divided into four chapters. READ MORE

  5. 5. Origen’s References to Heracleon : A Quotation-Analytical Study of the Earliest Known Commentary on the Gospel of John

    University dissertation from Uppsala : Department of Theology

    Author : Carl Johan Berglund; Uppsala universitet.; [2019]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Heracleon; Origen; Fourth Gospel; Gnosticism; Valentinianism; Quotation Analysis; Second Century; Early Christianity; Nya testamentets exegetik; New Testament Exegesis;

    Abstract : This study of Origen’s references to the second-century author Heracleon addresses two problems in previous research: Scholars have regularly presumed that every statement Origen attributes to Heracleon is equivalent to a verbatim quotation, and that Heracleon’s beliefs conform to those described in heresiological sources. The study develops a method of quotation analysis that uses variations in Origen’s attribution formulas to categorize the almost two hundred references as “verbatim quotations,” “summaries,” “explanatory paraphrases,” or “mere assertions. READ MORE