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Master of Sacred Theology (STM)
Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)
Exodus 15:6; Psalm 20:6-7; Psalm 21:11; Psalm 21:9; Psalm 59:9, 17; Psalm 59:10-11; Psalm 59:16-17; Genesis 14:18-20; Genesis 14:22; Psalm 63:3-4; Psalm 66:7; Psalm 10:5; Jeremiah 10:12; Jeremiah 10:14; Psalm 89:11, 14, 16, 17-18; Jeremiah 32:17; Psalm 33:16; Zechariah 4:6; Psalm 65:6; Psalm 78:69; Psalm 93:3-4; Psalm 18:17, 40, 48; Psalm 89:23; Psalm 2:2; Psalm 83: 1-5; Psalm 21:13; Psalm 74:22; Psalm 74:10; Psalm 94:4; Psalm 94:21; Exodus 15:6; Deuteronomy 17:8-13; Psalm 104:27-28; Psalm 145:15-16; Psalm 129:1-2;
So the questions that will be examined in this paper include the following. Does God manifest His power in any way other than salvation, either through miracles to bring people to salvation or to bless those who are already saved? What is the purpose of God showing His power? What is the connection between God's power and faith and between His power and His righteousness? And finally, how does a biblical theology of God's power give an answer to those who demythologize His power into a social program? These and other questions are very much on the minds of Christians as thev search for l::.,.- .,.biblical answers to apply to their own lives; As these questions are answered throughout this paper, they will be answered in reference to these two continuums mentioned above in order to how the believer should live in the middle of the first continuum and that the second continuum, by virtue of the first being correct, is ruled out completely.
The primary task of this paper is to gain an accurate biblical theology of God's power.
Snavely, Andre, "God's Power for the Believer" (2001). Master of Sacred Theology Seminar Papers. 35.
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