Conspectus Volume 2 The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary (September 2006)

By: Erdey, Zoltan Levente. Smith, Kevin Gary(Eds.)
Material type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: 2Publisher: Johannesburg South African Theological Seminary 2006Description: p113 PDFSubject(s): TheologySummary: Contents Checkmating the human drive for life: a biblicaltheological examination of Genesis 5, Ecclesiastes 1 and 1 Corinthians 15:50-58 1 by Dan Lioy Let the people sing: a BLUEPRINT for hymn singing 23 by Randall McElwain and Noel Woodbridge Same-sex marriage: a current South African perspective 40 by Christopher Peppler How does prayer affect God’s plan: an enquiry into God’s providence with special reference to prayer and healing 57 by Mark Pretorius Could David have written Psalm 5? 73 by Kevin Smith A biblical critique of the two-fold theory of Dispensationalism: the distinction between Israel and the church 87 by Noel Woodbridge
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African Conspectus is a refereed theological e-journal published biannually by the South African Theological Seminary (www.sats.edu.za). The journal is a scholarly theological publication in the fields of Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology and Practical Theology.

Contents
Checkmating the human drive for life: a biblicaltheological
examination of Genesis 5, Ecclesiastes 1 and 1
Corinthians 15:50-58 1
by Dan Lioy
Let the people sing: a BLUEPRINT for hymn singing 23
by Randall McElwain and Noel Woodbridge
Same-sex marriage: a current South African perspective 40
by Christopher Peppler
How does prayer affect God’s plan: an enquiry into God’s
providence with special reference to prayer and healing 57
by Mark Pretorius
Could David have written Psalm 5? 73
by Kevin Smith
A biblical critique of the two-fold theory of
Dispensationalism: the distinction between Israel and the
church 87
by Noel Woodbridge

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