The Fear of the Lord as Filial Fear: Part V. Centrality of Wisdom (Conclusion)

This entire series is my 30-paged bachelor thesis I submitted to the theology department at Concordia University-Ann Arbor—a higher Lutheran education university—as part of the requirement to graduate from the Pre-Seminary programme. It has been reformatted to fit this blog. Separated from God, we exercise Adamic fear as fear of God’s wrath. As we move […]

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The Fear of the Lord as Filial Fear: Part IV. Threefold Use of the Law

This entire series is my 30-paged bachelor thesis I submitted to the theology department at Concordia University-Ann Arbor—a higher Lutheran education university—as part of the requirement to graduate from the Pre-Seminary programme. It has been reformatted to fit this blog. As I argued in part three, filial fear relies on God’s promise in our justification […]

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The Fear of the Lord as Filial Fear: Part III. Filial Fear in Relationship to Christ the Lord

This entire series is my 30-paged bachelor thesis I submitted to the theology department at Concordia University-Ann Arbor—a higher Lutheran education university—as part of the requirement to graduate from the Pre-Seminary programme. It has been reformatted to fit this blog. So far, we have seen Adamic fear as fearing God’s wrath as a result of […]

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