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The John Locke Research Papers Collection

The John Locke Research Papers Collection

The John Locke Research Papers Collection on Lockean contributions to Theology, Morality, Law, and the State. A collection of undergraduate and graduate research papers exploring John Locke’s contributions to theology, religion, morality, law, and the state, as well as his influence on the American political experience: ETH7630 – JUST WAR, REBELLION, AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION … Continue reading

DEBATE: Can A Consecrated Female Christian be Eligible to be Considered for All Avenues of Ministry, Including Preaching, Teaching, and the Role of Senior Pastor?

DEBATE: Can A Consecrated Female Christian be Eligible to be Considered for All Avenues of Ministry, Including Preaching, Teaching, and the Role of Senior Pastor?

PDF copy of Debate Outline without WordPress format/outline errors: THE6110 Women Leadership Debate Outline LINK to the Opposition’s Argument: http://www.theologyforthechurch.com/1/post/2011/12/can-women-be-senior-pastors.html NOTE: I do not subscribe to the Egalitarian position. I am a compatabilist who believes in the equality of persons yet distinctions of roles. I was assigned this debate position for my Theology III course. FAL2011: THE6130 … Continue reading

HIS5130: Locke and the Baptists

HIS5130: Locke and the Baptists

PDF DOCUMENT: HIS5130 LOCKE AND THE BAPTISTS; PARALLELS IN ECCLESIOLOGY AND LIBERTY A Research Paper Leonard O Goenaga Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary May 14, 2011 LOCKE AND THE BAPTISTS; PARALLELS IN ECCLESIOLOGY AND LIBERTY             It has been noted recently by Conrad Henry Moehlman, in his article “The Baptists Revise John Locke,” that Baptists have been … Continue reading

Email to Professor Regarding Parallels Between John Locke, H.L.A. Hart, American Constitutionalism, and Baptist Ecclesiology

Greetings Professor, I’m currently reading through your dissertation regarding Hart’s concept of law. Regarding his concept of pre-legal and legal communities, I noted some potential parallels with a Lockean understanding of the Social Contract. Sorry for the length of the email. I sought to share a short idea, but several more began arriving, and I … Continue reading