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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) 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 94 (2007) EXHALTED PRIESTS? MINISTERIAL FORMATION AND THEOLOGY OF THE CROSS Abstract  PDF
Janet Trisk
 
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 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
 
Vol 102 (2009) THE VULNERABILITY OF THE CHURCH – ECCLESIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS Abstract  PDF
Leo J Punt
 
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