Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Alfred von Rohr Sauer
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Hebrews 11:10; Genesis 12:1ff; Revelation 21:2; Exodus 15:18; 2 Kings 19:15; Isaiah 43:15; Jeremiah 46:18; Psalm 29:10; Exodus 3:14; Malachi 3:6; Deuteronomy 4:39; Deuteronomy 17:15; Numbers 23:21; 1 Chronicles 29:11ff; Psalm 22:28; Psalm 47:2 7ff; Psalm 93:1; Psalm 96:10; Psalm 97:1; Psalm 99:1; Isaiah 52:7; Daniel 4:3; Daniel 17:34; Daniel 5:21; Daniel 6:26; 1 Samuel 5:7; Isaiah 6:5; Zephaniah 3:15; Matthew 11:29; Genesis 1:27; Genesis 2:7; Genesis 1:28; Psalm 103:19; Psalm 130:6; Psalm 145:10-13; Psalm s 8:4-8; Genesis 17:25; Genesis 45:5-9; Deuteronomy 32:9; Exodus 9:13-16; Proverbs 21:1; 2 Chronicles 16:9; 2 Kings 19:28; Isaiah 10:15;
The sole purpose of this thesis is to trace the origin of the Kingdom of God from the beginning of time, creation, to the time of Christ. The development of the Kingdom of God will be traced through four specific areas: the Patriarchal, the Mosaic, the Royal, and the Prophetic. Within each of these areas it should be kept in mind that God is using people to spread His Kingdom. The fourth chapter will give a brief summary of the Jewish concept concerning the Kingdom. As for reference to the Covenant Idea, the Son of Man in Daniel, the Suffering Servant, and the New Testament concept of the Kingdom of God, these lie outside the scope of this paper.
Wolter, Robert Edward, "The Kingdom of God in the Old Testament" (1958). Bachelor of Divinity. 565.
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