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Vol 68 (1999) READING THE BIBLE IN AFRICA: ACCOUNTING FOR SOME TRENDS PART I Abstract  PDF
Jeremy Punt
 
Vol 76 (2001) REPORTING ON THE STATE OF EMERGENCY (1985-1990) IN DIE KERKBODE Abstract  PDF
Annette Rosenfeld
 
Vol 76 (2001) THE DRC'S ROLE IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA: MAIN STREAMS OF ACADEMIC RESEARCH Abstract  PDF
Piet Naudé
 
Vol 76 (2001) THE FUTURE OF REFORMED CHURCHES IN SOUTH AFRICA - SOME RANDOM NOTES AND REFLECTIONS Abstract  PDF
John W De Gruchy
 
Vol 76 (2001) THE DRC'S ROLE IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA: BACKGROUND OF A RESEARCH PROJECT AND QUESTIONS FROM A GERMAN PERSPECTIVE Abstract  PDF
Wolfram Weisse
 
Vol 76 (2001) HAS THERE BEEN ANY CHANGE? ON THE ROLE OF THE DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH 1974-1990 Abstract  PDF
Dirkie Smit
 
Vol 76 (2001) CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS: A METHODOLOGICAL DISCUSSION FOR ANALYSIS OF EDITORIALS ON THE STATE OF EMERGENCY, DIE KERKBOE 1986-1989 Abstract  PDF
Christine Anthonissen
 
Vol 72 (2000) CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRUCTION AND THE CONTRADICTIONS OF SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN SOUTH AFRICA Abstract
Lourens du Plessis
 
Vol 74 (2000) UNDERSTANDING AND/OR PARTICIPATION? THE GOAL OF MAKING THE BIBLE AVAILABLE IN ORAL CONTEXT Abstract  PDF
Attie van Niekerk, CJ Pauw
 
Vol 73 (2000) WHITE MEN, BIBLES, AND LAND: INGREDIENTS IN BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN BLACK THEOLOGY Abstract  PDF
Gerald West
 
Vol 73 (2000) THE (IR)RELEVANCY OF THE ACADEMIC STUDY OF THE BIBLE Abstract  PDF
J Eugene Botha
 
Vol 104 (2010) HUMAN DIGNITY IN AFRICA: SKETCHING THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT Abstract  PDF
Piet J Naude
 
Vol 105 (2010) BLACK THEOLOGY OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE LIBERATION PARADIGM Abstract  PDF
FH Chimhanda
 
Vol 74 (2000) RELIGIOUS PLURALISM IN AFRICA: SOME NOTES ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN AFRICAN TRADITIONAL RELIGIONS, CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES Abstract  PDF
James N Amanze
 
Vol 72 (2000) TRANSFORMATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW Abstract  PDF
Jacques de Ville
 
Vol 114 (2015) RELIGION AND SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION IN AFRICA: A CRITICAL AND APPRECIATIVE PERSPECTIVE Abstract  PDF
Obaji M Agbiji, Ignatius Swart
 
Vol 74 (2000) GODSDIENSONDERWYS EN DIE VEREDELING VAN DIE SUID-AFRIKAANSE SAMELEWING Abstract  PDF
JG van Niekerk, IJ Henning, Fika J van Rensberg
 
Vol 114 (2015) ASPECTS OF CHILD EVANGELISM AND YOUTH MINISTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA IN THE POSTMODERN CONTEXT OF GLOBALISM, PLURALISM AND CURRENT SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE Abstract  PDF
Annette Evans
 
Vol 74 (2000) PROMOTING DEVELOPMENT IN THE 'NETWORK SOCIETY': PERSPECTIVES FOR SOCIALLY MINDED, COMPUTER SKILLED SCHOLARS AND READERS OF THE BIBLE Abstract  PDF
Ignatius Swart
 
Vol 67 (1998) THE PLACE OF AFRICAN HERMENEUTICS IN UNDERSTANDING THE DYNAMIC OS AFRICAN THEOLOGY Abstract  PDF
Cornel du Toit
 
Vol 100 (2009) SPEECH AND DEMOCRACY: THE TUTU’S MBEKI’S EXCHANGE Abstract  PDF
Yehoshua Gitay
 
Vol 67 (1998) THE RELIGIOUS PERFORMER AS S(M)OOTHSAYER Abstract  PDF
Gerrie Snyman
 
Vol 101 (2009) DOES CONTEXTUAL EXEGESIS REQUIRE AN AFFIRMING BIBLE? LESSONS FROM ‘APARTHEID’ AND ‘AFRICA’ AS NARCISSISTIC HERMENEUTICAL KEYS Abstract  PDF
Christo Lombaard
 
Vol 73 (2000) 'RECEPTION' - ECUMENICAL CRISES OR OPPORTUNITY FOR SOUTH AFRICAN CHURCHES? Abstract  PDF
Piet J Naudé, Drikie J Smit
 
Vol 116, No 1 (2017) RELIGIOSITY IN SOUTH AFRICA: TRENDS AMONG THE PUBLIC AND ELITES Abstract  PDF
Hennie Kotzé, Reinet Loubser
 
Vol 103 (2010) CONFESSING GUILT IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE: SOME SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES Abstract  PDF
Ernst M Conradie
 
Vol 115 (2016) PENULTIMATE PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROOT CAUSES OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION IN AFRICA Abstract  PDF
Ernst M Conradie
 
Vol 104 (2010) HUMAN DIGNITY IN AFRICA: A CHRISTOLOGICAL APPROACH Abstract  PDF
Nico Koopman
 
Vol 75 (2000) NGOS, CHURCHES AND THE CHALLENGE OF FOURTH GENERATION PEOPLE-CENTERED DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES IN SOUTH AFRICA Abstract  PDF
Ignatius Swart, Dawid Venter
 
Vol 71 (1999) COMPLEMENTARY APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF RELIGION: AN APPLICATION TO A STUDY OF GOSPEL MUSIC IN ZIMBABWE Abstract  PDF
Ezra Chitando
 
Vol 75 (2000) SHARED VALUES IN SOUTH AFRICA?: A SELECTION OF VALUE ORIENTATIONS IN THE FIELD OF PERSONAL EHTICS Abstract  PDF
Hennie Kotzé
 
Vol 71 (1999) READING THE BIBLE IN AFRICA: ACCOUNTING FOR SOME TRENDS FURTHER PROLEGOMENA FOR DISCUSSION Abstract  PDF
Jeremy Punt
 
Vol 75 (2000) AN ANALYSIS OF THE VALUE PATTERNS OF SOUTH AFRICAN ELITES ON SELECTED MORAL ISSUES Abstract  PDF
Hennie Kotzé
 
Vol 109 (2012) WE HAVE YOKED A LION: THE 7th COMMANDMENT AND HUMAN DIGNITY IN AFRICA Abstract  PDF
Danie Van Zyl
 
Vol 71 (1999) MISSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION Abstract  PDF
JNK Mugambi
 
Vol 75 (2000) EXTENDING THE MATERIALIST/POST-MATERIALIST DISTINCTION. SOME REMARKS ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF VALUES FROM A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE Abstract  PDF
Bernard C Lategan
 
Vol 110 (2012) LIMINALITY: RECENT AVATARS OF THIS NOTION IN A SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT Abstract  PDF
Cas Wepener
 
Vol 72 (2000) ETHICS AND SOCIO-POLITICAL TRANSFORMATION: TOWARDS A MODEL FOR PARTNERSHIPS IN THE PUBLIC ARENA Abstract  PDF
Russel Botman
 
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