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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53130
Doc. No:TL23084
Call number:‭1457949‬
Main Entry:Aston Morgan
Title & Author:Peter's defense of the relationship between soteriology and the name of Jesus in Acts 4:5–12Aston Morgan
College:Oral Roberts University
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:93
Abstract:This research provides an exegetical investigation of Peter's proclamation that the name Yoshua is divinely given as the only eternal catalyst and guarantor for salvation. This thesis is divided into four chapters. Chapter 1 examines name and existence in ancient Jewish culture. The names of the patriarchs and a brief glance at some of the biblical names of God is done in chapter 1 in order to shed some light on how important names are to the Jews. Chapter 2 investigates biblical salvation history. Genesis 3:15, the saving of Noah and his family, God's covenant with Abraham, Israel's deliverance from slavery in Egypt, and the death and resurrection of Jesus are discussed as the high points of biblical salvation history. Chapter 2 therefore discusses salvation history that starts in Genesis 3:15 and is completed in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Chapter 3 exegetically investigates Acts 4:5-12. The third chapter provides the historical background and examines the sociopolitical climate and the religious life of the people. Chapter 3 also provides a diachronic and synchronic analysis of soteria and christos. Chapter 4 examines salvation in the name of God. This is done in light of two great biblical deliverances: One, Israel's deliverance from Egypt in the name of God, Adonai, and, two, salvation in the name of Yoshua. Exodus 3:8; 3:14-15; 23-21; and 34:6-7 provide the grounds for discussing the first great salvation in God's name. Isaiah 7:14 and Matthew 1:21-23 are examined in light of Peter's proclamation of salvation in the name of Yoshua. The conclusion points to Yoshua as reflective of God's complete salvation in Sonship in the person of Christ.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Religion; Biblical studies; 0321:Biblical studies; 0318:Religion
Added Entry:T. Grizzle
Added Entry:Oral Roberts University