GNARLED ROOTS OF A CREATION MYTHOS
Doctor of Theology, Religious Studies
The United Theological College. July 2003
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Across numerous belief systems, universal principles underlie the conceptual principles at the heart of most religions of near Mediterranean origin. A combination of an ordinary genetic “Eve” in our united pasts with multiple reoccurrences of trade and intertwined conquest derived through an intermingled social sharing has led to diverse interpretations of amalgamated credence.
In this dissertation, special attention is applied transversely throughout the Greco-Romanic pre-Judaic conviction structure and associated neo-fable with the Post-Judeo-Romanic passion as developed post-reformation with the widespread availability of the printed account. In particular, the creation narrative is explored from the perspective of Pandora to Eve and Prometheus to Adam. A comparison compares the pre-dynastic Greek traditions and stories to those of the amalgamated views derived from Hesiod.
Finally, we shall survey the prospect of a universal scripture split and divided in the advancement of man’s enduring passage and how the subversion towards multiple ideological arguments has created a foundation for Western civilisation.
Details on the degree.
Doctor of Theology (Th.D.) program provides students with academically rigorous training informed by an understanding of theology as critical reflection on Christian practice and belief in the light of Holy Scripture.
Entering students work within theological disciplines such as Bible, church history, theology, ethics, homiletics, and Christian formation, and also at the intersection of these disciplines with fields such as political science, peacemaking and reconciliation, medicine, and the arts.
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Chapter 1 - The story of the Ancients in Paganism (Part 1)
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