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Vol 94 (2007) THE WHOLE HOUSEHOLD OF GOD (OIKOS): SOME ECCLESIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES: PART 1 Abstract  PDF
Ernst M Conradie
 
Vol 95 (2007) FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY? SOME THOUGHTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND CHURCH LAW Abstract  PDF
Leo J Koffeman
 
Vol 94 (2007) EXHALTED PRIESTS? MINISTERIAL FORMATION AND THEOLOGY OF THE CROSS Abstract  PDF
Janet Trisk
 
Vol 94 (2007) THE CHURCH AS A HUMAN REALITY: ECCLESIOLOGY AND SOCIAL THEORY Abstract  PDF
Rodney Moss
 
Vol 117, No 1 (2018) ECUMENICAL ECCLESIOLOGY IN THE AFRICAN CONTEXT: TOWARDS A VIEW OF THE CHURCH AS UBUNTU Abstract  PDF
Teddy C Sakupapa
 
Vol 95 (2007) FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY? SOME THOUGHTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND CHURCH LAW Abstract  PDF
Leo J Koffeman
 
Vol 114 (2015) JEREMIAH 31:34, NEW COVENANT MEMBERSHIP, AND BAPTISM Abstract  PDF
Christian Locatell
 
Vol 102 (2009) THE VULNERABILITY OF THE CHURCH – ECCLESIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Abstract  PDF
Leo J Punt
 
Vol 112 (2013) EPHESIANS: AN ECCLESIOLOGY OF IDENTITY AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE LIGHT OF GOD’S COSMIC PLAN AND A CANONICAL VIEW OF GOD’S PEOPLE. Abstract  PDF
G. C. Pereira
 
Vol 111 (2012) I BELIEVE IN THE HOLY EARTHY CHURCH: TOWARD AN ECOLOGICAL REINTERPRETATION OF THE HOLINESS OF THE CHURCH Abstract  PDF
David N. Field
 
Vol 116, No 1 (2017) THE INTERPRETATION OF THE FILIOQUE CLAUSE BY ORTHODOX ECCLESIOLOGY AND BIBLICAL EXEGETICAL METHODOLOGY Abstract  PDF
Iakovos Menelaou
 
Vol 114 (2015) LIVING IN THREE WORLDS: A RELATIONAL HERMENEUTIC FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CONTEXTUAL PRACTICAL THEOLOGICAL APPROACH TOWARDS A MISSIONAL ECCLESIOLOGY Abstract  PDF
Guillaume Hermanus Smit
 
Vol 103 (2010) WOMEN AND CHURCH LEADERSHIP REVISED: THE IMPLICATIONS OF A MISSIONAL ECCLESIOLOGY AND A THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Abstract  PDF
AMJ Leene, H J Hendriks
 
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