WORD OF INTRODUCTION
AbstractThis issue of Scriptura is the second publication for which the Southern African Biblical Studies Society is responsible. It continues the policy of the Society to publish articles specifically relevant to the field of Biblical Studies and Bible Education.The articles in this present issue were all read at the Annual Congress of the Society held in May 1988 at the University of Pretoria. The overall theme of the Congress was Biblical Studies: Education and Praxis. The underlying direction of the entire Congress was methodological as the decision had been taken to obtain speakers who were experts in their own field of methodology from whom we as Biblical Scholars could learn.
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