RECONSTRUCTING A SOCIETY: THEOLOGY AND THE LAW

Jan A Du Rand

Abstract


Structural transformation also involves definite encounter between law and theology.  The purpose is to balance individual and corporate values in order to facilitate the process of social renewal in South Africa.  Reconstruction of a society primarily originates from life-giving values in the thought structure of its people.  New Testament perspectives on an anthropology which believes in the potential of humans shed light on God’s ‘new’ spiritual ‘RDP’ programme. 


Keywords


Structural transformation; law; theology; social renewal

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/60-0-1491

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