FROM THE EDITOR
AbstractA variety of issues are dealt with in this number. Two have to do with aspects of the present state of transition-Mitchell writes about the challenge of teaching Biblical Studies in an African context, while Miller considers the position of Christianity in a pluralistic society. Loubser deals with the hermeneutical implications of orality on an issue like Pauline Christology. Conradie provides a very useful tool for research in the field of environmental studies. He has compiled a comprehensive bibliography on the theme ‘Christian theology and ecology’ , supplemented with an introduction and subject index.
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