Master's Theses

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Date of Award

Spring 1964

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

English

Advisor

Sam M. Hamilton

Abstract

This thesis is a literary analysis of the general epistle of James based on the Hebrew poetical trait of parallelism. By showing the frequency of the incidence of parallelism stated in the form of parsenesis the definitely Hebraic form of the book is shown. It is not the purpose of this thesis to discuss theological problems nor to decide the date, authorship, and destination of the book. The primary concern of the thesis is the identification of the examples of parallelism throughout the book and to classify them as either synonymous, synthetic, or antithetical parallels. All such examples are quoted from the American Standard Version and are written so as to show the coextension of ideas. [More]

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Copyright 1964 Tracey Miller

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