The following documents are academic papers I have written. Anyone is welcome to download and read them, but most likely only pastors and students will be interested in them because of the very technical nature of the papers. I have placed them here for my fellow students and professors.
My Th.M. Thesis:
I wrote my thesis at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C. It began with an interest in atonement in John's Gospel that was sparked by reading George Smeaton's, The Doctrine of the Atonement: As Taught by Christ Himself. My major professor, Dr. L. Scott Kellum, helped me narrow my focus to the study of the paschal allusions in the crucifixion narrative. The end result was entitled, The Function of Paschal Allusions in John's Crucifixion Narrative: An Examination of John's Typological Depiction of the Death of Jesus. A bound copy is available in the library at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The link below gives a complete manuscript in PDF format.
The Function of Paschal Allusions in John's Crucifixion Narrative: An Examination of John's Typological Depiction of the Death of Jesus by Kevin Maples
More Papers to come...