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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Deuteronomy 11:13-21; Numbers 15:37-41; 1 Kings 9:3; 1 Kings 9:7; 2 Kings 21:7; Isaiah 55:13; Isaiah 59:19; Exodus 20:7; Revelation 11:18; 1 John 3:23; Luke 1:49; John 5:43; John 10:25; John 17:11; John 1:12; John 2:23; John 3:18; Matthew 12:21; Matthew 28:19; Luke 9:49; John 14:26; Acts 3:6; Genesis 2:3; Exodus 19:23; Isaiah 6:3; Leviticus 11:45; Leviticus 22:32; Isaiah 29:23; Exodus 28:22; Isaiah 5:16; Deuteronomy 32:51; Psalm 102:16; Psalm 106:47; Psalm 145:21; Leviticus 18:21; Leviticus 20:3; Leviticus 21:6; Leviticus 22:2; Ezra 36:20ff; Amos s 2:7;
This paper will attempt to examine the originality of the Lord's Prayer. To do this the following method will be used. The study is based on the first three petitions. Each petition will be examined in order. The concept underlying each petition will be studied. The study will attempt to determine what this concept meant to the Jew of Jesus' day, what it meant in the Old Testament, and what the New Testament teaching on the subject is. Then the pertinent parallels which have been found will be examined. Following this the three petitions will be examined in their interrelation and the conclusions drawn from this will be compared to Jewish petitions in their interrelations.
Krentz, Edgar, "An Interpretation of the First Three Petitions of the Lord's Prayer" (1952). Bachelor of Divinity. 364.
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