ONE SMALL STEP FOR BIBLICAL STUDIES... THE GROWTH OF THE SA BIBLICAL STUDIES SOCIETY
AbstractThe subject Biblical Studies was introduced as a school subject during the early 1960's. Accordingly, it was also introduced as a subject for teachers at universities. In the early days it could hardly be called an independent subject. In most cases it was taught as a part-time responsibility by lecturers in theology and/or ministers of religion. Slowly this situation changed and especially during the late 1960's independent departments of Biblical Studies came to be. Subsequently the need arose among lecturers of the subject to create a forum where matters of mutual interest could be discussed.
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