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The Authorship and Characteristics of the Fourth Gospel and its Interrelation with the Synoptic Gospels
(University of Winnipeg, 1930-03)
The Fourth Gospel has been traditionally attributed to John. In modern times there has been much discussion about the authorship and value of the Fourth Gospel as a source of knowledge of its time because of the contradictions ...
A Primitive Mystic Hymn: A Study of the Gnostic and Christian Elements in the Syriac, "Hymn of the Soul"
(University of Winnipeg, 1900)
The Concept of Time in the New Testament
(University of Winnipeg, 1951-04)
This thesis undertakes to examine the theology of time in the New Testament.
Pauline and Johannine "New Life"
(University of Winnipeg, 1953-03)
Because the Gospel has the power to change men into "New Beings," it is extremely relevant for any age. The New Testament has it as a central theme that men have been made "New Creatures," and have received "New Life," ...
Pragmatism in the Philosophy of Religion
(University of Winnipeg, 1948-03)
In this age of turmoil and uncertainty man has to find a faith to live by. Religion has at last been recognized as the universal controversial issue. One of the many results of the action of the questioning mind is Pragmatism. ...
The Anabaptist Concept of the Church
(University of Winnipeg, 1950-03)
This thesis examines the Anabaptist concept of the church.
Humanism and Theism
(University of Winnipeg, 1948-04)
The purpose of posing humanism against theism is to allow us to view the fallacies of both when they are examined analytically and objectively. It is obvious today that humanism is playing, and has played, a great role in ...
Psychological Insights of the New Testament
(University of Winnipeg, 1947-05)
In the last twenty years, a new relationship has emerged between psychology and religion. For a time, the tendency to regard man as a highly complicated organism, whose ideals and insights could only be explained in terms ...
The Change of Concern in New Testament Scholarship in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
(University of Winnipeg, 1953)
The Christian religion is grounded in something given. Christian faith has its origin not in general religious experience, not in some particular esoteric mysticism, not in dogma but in a particular series of events in ...
An Inquiry into the Adequacy of the Practice of Confession in the Christian Church
(University of Winnipeg, 1949-04)
An investigation into the nature of confession in different Christian denominations.