Date of Award
Master of Sacred Theology (STM)
Scripture References in this Resource
Matthew 1: 1-11:1; Matthew 11:2-16:20; Matthew 16:5-12; Matthew 16:13-20; Matthew 15:12; Matthew 23:2; Matthew 2:3; Matthew 12:12; Matthew 12:20; Matthew 28:16-20; Matthew 7:28; Matthew 11:1; Matthew 13:53; Matthew 19:1; Matthew 26:1; Matthew 16:23; Matthew 24:15; Matthew 27:8; Matthew 28:15; Matthew 14:17-16:20
This study will demonstrate that three representative scholars of liturgical theology from three different traditions of the church place both the substance (material principle) and the source (formal principle) of Christian theology in the Christian worship experience.1 These views will be contrasted with the Lutheran Confessions which posit that all of theology centers around justification by grace through faith and is derived from Scripture alone.
Honig, James, "Liturgical Theology: Substance and Source" (1999). Master of Sacred Theology Thesis. 439.
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