Date of Award
Master of Divinity (M.Div)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
1 Chronicles 29:11-13; 1 Thessalonians 5:18; 1 Timothy 2:1,2; 2 Timothy 4:17-18; Daniel 4:35; Ephesians 2.8-10; Ephesians 3:20; Hebrews 4:13; James 1:2-8,16-18; James 4:1-10; James 5:1,4,13-18; Luke 1:37; Luke 11:1; Luke 12:32; Luke 3:21; Mark 1:35; Matthew 6:5-8; Matthew 6:28; Matthew 6:30-33; Matthew 7:11; Philippians 1:9-11; Psalm 146:3-6; Romans 1:9-10; Romans 15.5-6, 13; Romans 15:3; Romans 16:20;
Perhaps one may question, "Why another study on prayer?" Indeed volumes have been written on the subject much more eloquent and thorough than this study. But this may only further underscore the importance of the topic. In the New Testament alone there are well over 250 direct or indirect references to prayer. The commands to pray and the promises attached to prayer are many. This writer is convinced that as long as there are Christians in the world they will need to study this thing called prayer. And as long as there are Christians praying, prayer and its applications can never be exhausted.
Whitsett, Mark, "New Testament Prayer as Found in the Epistle of James" (1979). Master of Divinity Thesis. 45.
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