Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Conveying ancient Hebraic Christian dream interpretation in a pluralistic setting
by Labrecque, Gerard, D.Min., United Theological Seminary, 2015, 547; 10095890
Abstract (Summary)

Utilizing twelve case studies, this project hypothesized that participants from diverse contexts would develop the ability to understand the correct meaning of their dreams, without mediation, as modeled by the researcher. The researcher and an observer interpreted participant's dreams during six meetings, using biblical symbolism and relying upon inspiration from the Holy Spirit. Many participants perceived the meaning of their dreams following the exercise of Christian dream interpretation. The observers verified that many of the participant dream interpretations resonated with Scripture and the person of the Holy Spirit. Participants received guidance, encouragement, and healing, and expressed significantly increased interpretive acumen.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: King, Paul, Oconer, Luther
Commitee:
School: United Theological Seminary
School Location: United States -- Ohio
Source: DAI-A 77/08(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Theology, School counseling, Spirituality
Keywords: Biblical Symbolism, Dream Interpretation, Dream Meanings, Holy Spirit, Learn to Intepret Dreams, Nightmares
Publication Number: 10095890
ISBN: 978-1-339-60066-6
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