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'Philosophical Fragments' Kierkegaard's Interpretation Of John's Gospel

School: Regent College
Author: Schroeder, Gregory M.     M.C.S. 1989
Pages: 158
TREN Id: 048-0042

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John (Gospel)

Kierkegaard, Soren, 1813-1855

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7Q5: The Earliest New Testament Papyrus? A Review of Carsten Peter Thiede, "The Qumran Fragment 7Q5 and its Significance For New Testament Studies

Conference: Evangelical Theological Society
Date & Location: Southwestern Regional, March 4-5, 1994, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AR
Author: WALLACE, Daniel B.    
Pages: 10
TREN Id: ETS-0320
OCLC #: 59821145    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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A Family In Crisis: Adolescent Drug Use And Family Fragmentation

School: Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary
Author: SLOOP, Gregory T.     D.Min. 2003
Pages: 131
TREN Id: 068-0350
OCLC #: 70069112    (Librarians, need MARC records?)
Dewey #: 616.89156

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An Indirect Communication of Christian Truth: Kierkegaard's "Philosophical Fragments" As A Subjective, Thought Journey

School: Regent College
Author: MacVICAR, Ryan D.     M.C.S. 1998
Pages: 124
TREN Id: 048-0219

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Interpreting Kierkegaard's Major Religious Pseudonyms: Reading Fear and Trembling, Philosophical Fragments, and the Concluding Unscientific Postscript

School: Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Author: SALBATO, Jeffrey C.     M.A. 1995
Pages: 162
TREN Id: 006-0841

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Reclaiming Fundamentalism: Harold Lindsell, Inerrancy, And The Fragmentation Of Postwar Evangelicalism, 1935 - 1982

School: Wheaton College Graduate School
Author: THOMAS, Amber R.     M.A. 2010
Pages: 157
TREN Id: 088-0214
OCLC #: 827224767    (Librarians, need MARC records?)

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Restoration Of The Fragmented Soul: Counseling Refugees And Victims Of Oppression

School: Ashland Theological Seminary
Author: Tapolyai, Mihaly A.     D.MIN. 1990
Pages: 185
TREN Id: 028-0034

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Church Work With Refugees--Europe, Eastern

Oppression (Psychology)

Persecution--Psychological Aspects

Refugees, Religious--Psychology

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