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The New Covenant at Qumran
This paper answers what the community at Qumran think about new covenant. It covers three manuscripts (Temple Scrolla [11Q19], Rule of the Community [1QS, 4Q255-264a, 5Q11, 5Q13] and Damascus Document [4Q266-273, 5Q12, ...
Humor in Hebrew Bible : Some Types, Their Linguistic Features and Observations on Some of Their Translation in The Indonesian Context
Humor is such a fundamental aspect of human nature. Humor was found in ancient near eastern texts and inevitably it is found too in the Hebrew bible. Humor is dependent upon the cultural conventions of the moment and so ...
Kedaulatan Allah Dalam Pelayanan Gereja
(Gereja Kalam Kudus Malang, 2018)
Rancangan Kurikulum Konseling Yang Menjawab Tantangan Zaman
Historiography of Chronicles as reflected in its account of Solomon's reign
(Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2010)
This dissertation is a study of "intertextuality" between the books of Chronicles and Kings, focusing on the Solomon narrative. Contrary to the current scholarly conviction that Chronicles is unreliable historiography, ...
Spiritualitas generasi muda dan sekolah
(Bilangan Research Center, 2018)
Pengujian Validitas dan Reliabilitas Skala Dukungan Iman
(Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat, 2019)
The formation of faith in adolescents and young people is rooted in their interaction with parents, both father, and mother, as well as friends. Adolescence and young adulthood are periods of seeking faith in various aspects ...
Oracle against Israel's social injustices: a rhetorical analysis of Amos 2:6-8
(HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies Vol 66, No 1, 2010-01)
This article applied rhetorical analysis to an analysis of Amos’ prophetic oracle against Israel’s social injustices in Amos 2:6–8. The prophet uses a major rhetorical genre, namely judicial rhetoric, and several smaller ...
Release from Batara Kala’s Grip: A Biblical Approach to Ruwatan from the Perspective of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians
(Evangelical Review of Theology vol. 43 no 2, 2019)
Ruwatan is a ritual that has been practiced by the Javanese people (the largest ethnic group in Indonesia) for centuries. The word ruwatan comes from ruwat, which means ‘to free’ or ‘to liberate’. Ruwatan is ‘a ritual to ...