Dissertation Abstracts 2014
Dissertation Abstracts for Alumni of the Masters in Theology (MTh) can be found beneath. For more detailed information or to find out more on any dissertation you can contact us here in Church of Ireland Theological Institute.
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|Julie Bell||‘Until Christ is formed in you’
What is the significance of the intergenerational worshipping context for the Christian formation of the community of faith? What are the implications of this for the shaping of worship, initiation and nurture in the Church of Ireland today?
|Philip Richard Benson||Receiving the gift of holy cross monastery – A critical Examination of renewing local anglican and roman catholic ecumenical engagement through receptive ecumenism||Download|
|David Bowles||Equipping older women for active involvement in church||Download|
|Alan Breen||21st century parables: God’s voice in modern day cinema||Download|
|Alastair Philip Donaldson||What are the implications of christian exclusivism for the church and the proclamation of the gospel in 21st century republic of ireland?||Download|
|Olivia Margaret Grace Downey||Discipleship in the Church of Ireland: A theological and practical examination of discipleship and its importance to christian development||Download|
|Trevor Holmes||Eco–mission in the anthropocene: the church responds to climate justice||Download|
|Sam Johnston||Intergenerational integration and missing millennials||Download|
|Cameron Jones||Biblical theology: A biblical hermeneutic for pastoral ministry||Download|
|Catherine Hallissey||Speaking the language of hurt||Download|
|David Martin||Development or Departure?
The socio–ecclesiological and theological setting of same–sex marriage in the irish context
|Ruth O’Kelly||How might a culturally relevant interpretation of the kingdom message impact mission?||Download|
|Robert James Robinson lll||Perseverance and falling away: a biblical, theological and practical response to the reality of deconversion||Download|
|Catherine Jane Simpson||The extent to which intrinsic and extrinsic factors influence the engagement of a parish with the process of reconciliation in its local context, local context being specifically urban, rural and cross–border||Download|
|Abigail Sines||Let us celebrate the feast: The service of holy communion in spirtual formation and mission||Download|