Date of Award

5-1-1957

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Theology (Th.M)

Department

Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Walter Rorhrs

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

Joshua 23:2-4; Jeremiah 11:1-3; Psalm 05:1-25; Jeremiah 2:4; Jeremiah 5:20; Jeremiah 33:26; Nehemiah 9:6-8; Genesis 11:27-50:26; 1 Kings 18:36; 2 Kings 13:23; 1 Chronicles 16:16-18; 1 Chronicles 29:18; 2 Chronicles 20:7; 2 Chronicles 30:6; Psalm 47:9; Isaiah 29:22; Isaiah 41:8-10; Isaiah 51:2; Ezra 33:24; Micah 7:20; Acts 7:2-4; Genesis 17:2,4,7; Genesis 17:4-6; Genesis 17:8; Genesis 2 :2b-3; Genesis 22:15-18; Genesis 26:3-4; 24-25; Genesis 20:3-4; Genesis 28:13-15; Genesis 35:10-12; Genesis 46:3-4; Genesis 15:5; 12:2.; Genesis 15:7-21; Genesis 12:7; Genesis 48:15-16; Genesis 50:24-25; Exodus 3:8; Exodus 3:16-17; Exodus 4:5; Genesis 48:21; Genesis 49:28;

Abstract

In the study of the New Testament Kerygma we can recognize that the life, death, resurrection, and exaltation are one great act of God by which He made the New Covenant. However in our study of these events we separate them for convenience. So in our study of the Old Covenant we can recognize that the deliverance, giving of the Law, ratification of the Covenant, and conquest of Canaan are one great act of God by which He made the Old Covenant. But here too we separated these events for the purpose of clarity in investigating them. And for want of a better term we have referred to these events as the essential elements of the Covenant that God made with the nation of Israel.

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