AbstractThe set of articles on sin included in this volume of Scriptura is derived from a project entitled “Redeeming Sin: Hamartiology, Ecology and Social Analysis” registered at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in 2014. This collaborative project included a series of international colloquiums on “Redeeming Sin?” that were hosted at the Stellenbosch institute for Advanced Studies (2015), San Antonio (Texas, 2016), Denver (Colorado, 2018) and San Diego (California, 2019). The articles included here were first presented at the concluding colloquium of this project in San Diego (November 2019). The article by Ernst Conradie offers an overview of the five year project and describes some of the lessons learned from this project and various unresolved problems that require further attention.
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