University of St. Andrews

Robertson, Lynsey E. An analysis of the correspondence and hagiographical works of Philip of Harvengt. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Roche, Jason T. Philip of Harvengt, Correspondence, Hagiography, Learning, Martyrdom, Friendship, Regular canons. Conrad III and the Second Crusade in the Byzantine Empire and Anatolia, 1147

Campbell, William Hopkins. ‘Dyvers Kyndes of Religion in Sondry Partes of the Ilande’: the Geography of Pastoral Care in thirteenth-century England.

Mitton, Nancy Leigh. Grasping schemer or hostage to fortune: the life and career of Stigand, last Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Zimmern, Matthew. Hagiography and the Cult of Saints in the Diocese of Liège, c. 700-980. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

David, Sumithra J. Looking East and West: the Reception and Dissemination of the Topographia Hibernica and the Itinerarium ad Partes Orientales in England [1185-c.1500]. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Martinson, Amanda M. The Monastic Patronage of King Henry II in England, 1154-1189. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Martin, Shirley Helen. Freedom to Obey: the Obedience of Christ as the Reflection of the Obedience of the Son in Karl Barth’s ‘Church Dogmatics’. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Hansen, Bruce. “All of you Are One“: the Social Vision of Gal 3:28, 1 Cor 12:13 and Col 3:11.PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Chandler, Christopher N. Blind Injustice: Jesus’ Prophetic Warning Against Unjust Judging (Matt 7:1-5). PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Driver, Daniel R. Brevard Childs: the Logic of Scripture’s Textual Authority. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Noble, Stuart J. Christ and Conflict: Towards a Theology of Reconciliation with Reference to Northern Ireland. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Hart, Trevor. Divine Reckonings in Profane Spaces: Towards a Theological Dramaturgy for Theatre, with Special Reference to the Theo-Drama of Hans Urs von Balthasar. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Scaringi, Paul A. Freedom and the ‘Creative Act’ in the Writings of Nikolai Berdiaev: An Evaluation in Light of Jürgen Moltmann’s Theology of Freedom. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Donahoe, Kate C. From self-Praise to Self-Boasting: Paul’s Unmasking of the Conflicting Rhetorico-Linguistic Phenomena in 1 Corinthians. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Kilps, Jennifer. Hospitality to the Stranger: the Experience of Christian Churches in the Resettlement of African Refugees to the United States. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Blakley, J. Ted. Incomprehension or Resistance?: The Markan Disciples and the Narrative Logic of Mark ‎‎4:1-8:30‎. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Wright, Ross M. Karl Barth’s Academic Lectures on Ephesians (Göttingen, 1921-1922): An Original Translation, Annotation, and Analysis. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Tarrer, Seth Barclay. The Law and the Prophets: A Christian History of True and False Prophecy in the Book of Jeremiah. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Hubbard, David Allan. The Literary Sources of the Kebra Nagast. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Giere, Samuel D. A New Glimpse of Day One: An Intertextual History of Genesis 1.1-5 in Hebrew and Greek texts up to 200 CE. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Whiteman, Robert D. The “Option for the Poor” and the Scottish Episcopal Church. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Deary, Janice L. “A Picture Held Us Captive“: Investigations Towards An Iconoclastic Praxeology. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Tallon, Philip. The Poetics of Evil: A Study of the Aesthetic Theme in Theodicy. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Johnson, Trygve David. The Preacher As Artist: Metaphor, Identity, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Collett, Donald C. Prophetic Intentionality and the Book of the Twelve: A Study in the Hermeneutics of Prophecy. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Moon, Joshua. Restitutio ad Integrum: An ‘Augustinian’ Reading of Jeremiah 31:31-34 in Dialogue with the Christian Tradition. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Colledge, Gary. Revisiting the Sublime History: Dickens, Christianity, and The life of Our Lord. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

Wheaton, Gerald. The Role of the Jewish Feasts in John’s Gospel. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

MacSwain, Robert Carroll. ‘Solved by Sacrifice’: Austin Farrer, Fideism, and the Evidence of Faith. PhD Thesis, University of St. Andrews

 

 

 

 

 

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