Date of Award

5-1-1967

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Sacred Theology (STM)

Department

Exegetical Theology

First Advisor

Walter Roehrs

Scripture References in this Resource

2 Timothy 4:2; Malachi 2:15; Isaiah 34:4; 17; Isaiah 37:15-17; Isaiah 37:19; Jeremiah 10:1-10; Jeremiah 23:36; Jeremiah 22:24; Jeremiah 46:18; Isaiah 49:18; Jeremiah 4:2; Jeremiah 5:2; Jeremiah 12:6; Jeremiah 16:14; Jeremiah 16:15; Jeremiah 23:7-8; Jeremiah 38:16; Jeremiah 44:26; Deuteronomy 5:26; 1 Samuel 17:26; 36; 2 Samuel 22:47; Jeremiah 17:18; Isaiah 42:5; Isaiah 57:16; Isaiah 28:6; Isaiah 11:2; Ezekiel 37:5; Malachi 2:14; Isaiah 37:4; Isaiah 37:30-35; Jeremiah 10:10-16; Isaiah 51:12-16;

Abstract

The study of the teachings of the prophets concerning life and death is of benefit to the Christian of the New Testament era. The same problems vex him in his daily life. Grief at times appears to overcome joys. Catastrophes ruin prosperity. Death takes away life. Political maneuvering in the world raises the question of its relationship with the intent of our God in the heavens. The Christian faith, however, confidently assures the believer that God's will is always done and that even the loss of physical life is not the final chapter, the absolute end of man. He will rise to everlasting life.

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