Search for dissertations about: "history of doctrines"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 7 swedish dissertations containing the words history of doctrines.

  1. 1. The Scriptures and the LORD : Formation and Significance of the Christian Biblical Canon. A Study in Text, Ritual and Interpretation

    Author : Tomas Bokedal; Centrum för teologi och religionsvetenskap; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Religion och teologi; Religious Studies and Theology; Kristendom; Christianity; history of doctrines; Irenaeus; Marcion; tradition; historical criticism; Hans-Georg Gadamer; 20th century theology; early church; Apostles Creed; revelation; christology; Word of God; inspiration; authority; narrative; interpretation; New Testament; Rule of Faith; ritual; liturgy; worship; oral tradition; codex format; nomina sacra; canonical criticism; textuality; text; semiotics; reception; Wirkungsgeschichte; hermeneutics; methodology; canon; Bible; theology; Paleography; bibliology; epigraphy; papyrology; Paleografi; epigrafik; papyrologi; General; systematic and practical Christian theology; Kristen teologi allmän; systematisk och praktisk ; Bibelvetenskap; History of the Christian church; Kristna kyrkans historia;

    Abstract : This study explores the emergence of the Christian biblical canon and its significance for the early as well as for the contemporary church. Some major challenges to previous research on the biblical canon are presented. READ MORE

  2. 2. Virginity Recast : Romanos and the Mother of God

    Author : Thomas Arentzen; Ingela Nilsson; Samuel Rubenson; Kyrko- och missionsstudier; []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; HUMANITIES; HUMANIORA; Saint 6th cent; Romanus Melodus; Hymns; Greek Byzantine ; Virgin Mary – History of doctrines – 030–600; Virgin Mary – Annunciation; Virgin Mary – veneration; Bible – use in hymns; Akathists; Hymns – Theology; Theotokos; Nativity; Byzantine rite – Liturgy; Kontakion; Mariology; Orthodox Eastern Church – Liturgy; Orthodox Eastern Church – Hymns; Body; Human – religious aspects – Christianity; Late Antiquity; asceticism; breast feeding; gender and sexuality issues; Justinian Era.; Romanos the Melodist; Virgin Mary; kontakion; Constantinople; hymns; Mariology; virginity;

    Abstract : The Virgin Mary has always stood out in the Christian scenery, yet in ever-changing guises. This study explores the characterization of the Virgin in the poetic works of Romanos the Melodist (ca. 490–560), the great composer of the so-called kontakion. Written for liturgical use, these dramatic songs soon became well-known and immensely popular. READ MORE

  3. 3. John Philoponus against Cosmas Indicopleustes : A Christian Controversy on the Structure of the World in Sixth-Century Alexandria

    Author : Birgitta Elweskiöld; Grekiska (antik och bysantinsk); []
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Filosofins historia; history of ideas; History of philosophy; Humaniora; Humanities; Cosmas Indicopleustes ; John Philoponus ; philosophical terms ; heaven; Two-floor building ; firmament; idéhistoria; Greek language; Grekiska språket; Greek literature; Grekisk litteratur;

    Abstract : The scope of this study is to compare John Philoponus and Cosmas Indicopleustes, two Christian individuals of different backgrounds and belonging to different fractions of the Church in the turbulent time for the Church in sixth century Alexandria. Any Christian is likely to feel the need to define how the tenets of his or her faith relate to contemporary science. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Soapstone Birds of Great Zimbabwe : Archaeological Heritage, Religion and Politics in Postcolonial Zimbabwe and the Return of Cultural Property

    Author : Edward Matenga; Paul Sinclair; Aron Mazel; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : soapstone Birds; Great Zimbabwe; archaeological heritage; cultural property; return of cultural property; cultural symbols; cultural rights; postcolonial theory; western hegemonic discourse; authorized heritage discourse AHD ; nationalism; fait accompli; natural justice; collecting; materiality theory; Archaeology; Arkeologi;

    Abstract : At least eight soapstone carvings of birds furnished a shrine, Great Zimbabwe, in the 19th century. This large stonewalled settlement, once a political and urban centre, had been much reduced for four centuries, although the shrine continued to operate as local traditions dictated. READ MORE

  5. 5. Vestiges of urban spirit : Isfahan's urban fabric through socio-spatial transformations

    Author : Mohammad Sarraf; Reza Kazemian; Sussan Babaie; Ali Madanipour; KTH; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; Isfahan; Urban Fabric; Socio-spatial Communication; Urban Identity; Urban Transformation; Urban Renewal; Urban Form; Urban Design; اصفهان ، طراحی شهری ، فرم شهری ، دگرگونی های کالبدی ، هویت شهری ، بازسازی شهری; Civil engineering and architecture; Samhällsbyggnadsteknik och arkitektur;

    Abstract : The city of Isfahan, one of the most historic urban settlements in Iran, has undergone dramatic socio-spatial transformations during the recent decades, beginning with the modernization programs of the 1920s. While the urban structure of Isfahan was the outcome of a process over centuries of incremental evolution, a new mode of place making and street patterns was imposed on the historic fabric of the city within the space of only a few decades. READ MORE