Online Dissertations in Biblical Studies

Posted By on January 9, 2013

The Ancient World Online (AWOL) recently posted a list of Durham University dissertations available for free. I combed through the list and here are some dissertations related to biblical studies and theology that readers might find of interest:

BUSHUR, JAMES,GEORGE (2010) “Joining the End to the Beginning” Divine Providence and the Interpretation of Scripture in the Teaching of Irenaeus, Bishop of Lyons. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

CAVIN, ROBERT,LLOYD (2010) NEW EXISTENCE AND RIGHTEOUS LIVING IN COLOSSIANS AND 1 PETER IN CONVERSATION WITH 4QINSTRUCTION AND THE HODAYOT. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

CHRYSOVERGI, MARIA (2011) Attitudes towards the Use of Medicine in Jewish Literature from the Third and Second Centuries BCE. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

Clough, Emma Elizabeth (2004) In search of Xerxes: images of the Persian king. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

GOODRICH, JOHN,KENNETH (2010) Paul, the Oikonomos of God: Paul’s Apostolic Metaphor in 1 Corinthians and its Graeco-Roman Context. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

Häuser, Götz Ludwig (1992) Communion with Christ and Christian community in 1 Corinthians: a study of Paul’s concept of Koinonia. Masters thesis, Durham University

HILL, WESLEY,ALLEN (2012) Paul and the Triune Identity: Rereading Paul’s God-, Christ-, and Spirit-Language in Conversation with Trinitarian Theologies of Persons and Relations. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

Hilke, Hartmut (1993) The ideas of “predestination” and “election” in Pauline thought. Masters thesis, Durham University

HOCH, BRIAN,THOMAS (2010) The Year of Jubilee and Old Testament Ethics: A Test Case in Methodology. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

JOHNSON, BEN,JM (2012) A Reading of the David and Goliath Narrative in Greek and Hebrew. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

MASTON, JASON (2009) DIVINE AND HUMAN AGENCY IN SECOND TEMPLE JUDAISM AND PAUL: A COMPARISON OF SIRACH, HODAYOT, AND ROMANS 7–8. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

MATHEW, SUSAN (2010) Women in the Greetings of Rom 16:1-16: A Study of Mutuality and Women’s Ministry in the Letter to the Romans. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

MATHEWS, MARK DEWAYNE (2010) Riches, Poverty, and the Faithful: Perspectives on Wealth in the Second Temple Period and the Apocalypse of John. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

MORLAN, DAVID,SCOTT (2010) Conversion in Luke and Paul: Some Exegetical and Theological Explorations. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

ORR, PETER,CHRISTIAN (2011) Christ Absent and Present: A Study in Pauline Christology. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

PIERCE, CHAD (2009) Spirits and the Proclamation of Christ: 1 Peter 3:18-22 in Its Tradition-Historical and Literary Context. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

SCHWAB, ZOLTAN (2011) A Theological Interpretation of the Book of Proverbs. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

SHERWOOD, AARON (2010) THE RESTORATION OF HUMANITY: Temple Cosmology, Worship and Israel-Nations Unification in Biblical, Second Temple and Pauline Traditions. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

WEDDLE, POLLY (2010) Touching the Gods: physical interaction with cult statues in the Roman world. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

WELLS, KYLE,BRANDON (2010) Grace, Obedience, and the Hermeneutics of Agency: Paul and his Jewish Contemporaries on the Transformation of the Heart. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

WILKINSON, JENNIFER (2012) Mark and his Gentile Audience: A Traditio-Historical and Socio-Cultural Investigation of Mk 4.35-9.29 and its Interface with Gentile Polytheism in the Roman Near East. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

WORTHINGTON, JONATHAN,DAVID (2010) The Beginning and Before: Interpreting Creation in Paul and Philo. Doctoral thesis, Durham University

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4 Responses to “Online Dissertations in Biblical Studies”

  1. Jeff says:

    Downloading one now. Thanks for posting.

  2. Dawn says:

    Just started Attitudes towards the Use of Medicine in Jewish Literature from the Third and Second Centuries BCE.

    Thanks!

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