Date of Award

5-1-1961

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Walter Roehrs

Scripture References in this Resource

Mark 5:34; Luke 7:50; Luke 24:36; John 14:27; James 2:16; 1 Kings 7:.51; Nehemiah 6:15; Isaiah 60:20; Exodus 21:33-34; 2 Kings 4:7; Nahum 1:15; 1 Kings 11:4; Isaiah 38:3; 2 Chronicles 25:2; Deuteronomy 27:6; Amos 1:9; Proverbs 11:1; Genesis 15:16; Ruth 2:12; Genesis 43:27; 2 Samuel 18:29; Lamentations 3:17; Jeremiah 8:15; Jeremiah 33:9; Isaiah 52:7; Genesis 37:14; Psalm 38:3; Genesis 42:27; Jeremiah 6:14; Jeremiah 14:19; Jeremiah 8:11; Isaiah 53:5; 1 Samuel 17:18; Genesis 37:14;

Abstract

Thus from the outset one is impressed with the breadth and the significance of this versatile word. It shall be the purpose of this dissertation to study the noun shalom, the verb shalam, and the adjective shalem in order to discover the various shades of meaning that attach themselves to this rather complex concept. Our attention will be centered primarily on the use of the noun. We shall treat the verb and adjective only briefly.

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