Recent Submissions

  • Esther and Her Royal Predecessors 

    Oxsen, Kate
    Previous scholarly conversations regarding royal women in the Hebrew Bible (HB) focus solely on the women in the Deuteronomistic History (DH). Yet Queen Esther, one of the fullest portrayals of a royal woman in the HB, is ...
  • Towards a Theology of Prison Ministry 

    Coetsier, Meins G. S.
    The argument being made in this thesis is that Karl Rahner’s views on prison ministry, although valuable and of significance in their context, are not adequate to deal with the more complex needs and demands of prison ...
  • A hermeneutical reading of The Universe Story towards the configuration of the human in the text 

    Brennan, Niamh Bernadette (Trinity College Dublin. School of Religion. Discipline of Religions and Theology, 2021)
    This thesis undertakes a hermeneutical reading of The Universe Story through the lens of Paul Ricoeur s narrative hermeneutics, while drawing too on environmental hermeneutics, to determine the configuration of the human ...
  • Autonomy, Capability, Subsidiarity as Key to a Social Ethics for Sustainability 

    Lynch, Kathleen (Trinity College Dublin. School of Religion. Discipline of Religions and Theology, 2019)
    This thesis brings Amartya Sen'ss capability approach into dialogue with commitments in theological ethics to the autonomy and dignity of the human person in society, and to the integrity of creation. It applies the ...
  • Transformations in 11Q10 and Old Greek Job 

    THOMAS, ALUN MORTON (Trinity College Dublin. School of Religion. Discipline of Religions and Theology, 2020)
    The thesis compares aspects of translation technique of the earliest Aramaic and Greek translations of Job which date from the Second Temple period. While some preliminary studies have noted certain similarities between ...

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