FROM THE EDITOR
AbstractContributions to this issue all display a pragmatic orientation. H C van Rooy analyses Ezk. 29:1-26 in its exilic and post-exilic setting, to draw certain conclusions for the role of contemporary prophetic teaching. Jan Botha explains why rhetoric is so much in vogue, and what implications it might have for the practice of exegesis and for current New Testament scholarship. Cornel du Toit discusses basic concepts relating to ideology, and demonstrates how a constructive approach to ideology critique can be developed. Hermie van Zyl concludes with a basic overview of librarian theology and its main proponents.
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