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Vol 60 (1997) BIBLICAL STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA? THE CASE FOR MORAL VALUES Abstract  PDF
Jeremy Punt
 
Vol 115 (2016) PONDERING POSSIBILITIES OF THE BIBLICAL CRITIC AS PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL, PART ONE: PROBLEMATISING THE PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL AND THE IDENTITY OF THE BIBLICAL SCHOLAR Abstract  PDF
Johannes N Vorster
 
Vol 26 (1988) A PANORAMA OF BIBLICAL STUDIES Abstract  PDF
J C Malan
 
Vol 54 (1995) ONE SMALL STEP FOR BIBLICAL STUDIES... THE GROWTH OF THE SA BIBLICAL STUDIES SOCIETY Abstract  PDF
Wil Vosloo
 
Vol 34 (1990) TEACHING BIBLICAL STUDIES CREATIVELY: A THEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE Abstract  PDF
J G Du Plessis
 
Vol 34 (1990) BYBELKUNDE: IS DIE STUDIEVELD VANSELFSPREKEND? Abstract  PDF
W Vosloo
 
Vol 42 (1992) DECONSTRUCTION AND BIBLICAL STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA Abstract  PDF
T M S Long
 
Vol 60 (1997) BIBLICAL STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA? THE CASE FOR HERMENEUTICS Abstract  PDF
Jeremy Punt
 
Vol 26 (1988) BYBELKUNDE AS SKOOLVAK: ‘N TOEKOMSVISIE Abstract  PDF
Jacques Rousseau
 
Vol 47 (1993) BIBLICAL STUDIES ENCOUNTERS AFRICAN RELIGION: THE PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY Abstract  PDF
Gordon Mitchell
 
Vol 48 (1994) ANDRAGOGY AS AN APPROACH TO UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE–LEVEL BIBLICAL STUDIES EDUCATION Abstract  PDF
J H Coetzee
 
Vol 45 (1993) TOWARDS A SOLUTION Abstract  PDF
Jannie Malan
 
Vol 30 (1989) DOELWITGERIGTE ONDERRIG: ‘N STRATEGIE VIR ONDERRIG- EN LEERSUKSES IN BYBELKUNDE Abstract  PDF
S P T Malan
 
Vol 33 (1990) THE HERMENEUTIC OF THE SACRED AND THE TASK OF BIBLICAL STUDIES IN A SECULARISED WORLD Abstract  PDF
Ferdinand Deist
 
Vol 9 (1991): SPECIAL ISSUE A FUNDAMENTAL CONDITION FOR ETHICAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE TEACHING OF THE BIBLE BY WHITE MALE EXEGETES: RECORDING AND CLAIMING THE SPECIFITY OF OUR PERSPECTIVE Abstract  PDF
Daniel Patte, Gary Phillips
 
Vol 37 (1991) SOUTH –AFRICANISING BIBLICAL STUDIES: AN EPISTEMOLOGICAL AND HERMENEUTICAL INQUIRY Abstract  PDF
F E Deist
 
Vol 64 (1998) FROM APARTHEID READINGS TO ORDINARY READINGS OF THE BIBLE: HAS THE ETHICS OF INTERPRETATION CHANGED? Abstract  PDF
Pieter F Craffert
 
Vol 35 (1990) FULFILLING THE NEEDS OF FIRST YEAR BIBLICAL STUDIES STUDENTS AT UNISA Abstract  PDF
J J Burden
 
Vol 60 (1997) KOMMUNIKASIEHELDERHEID VAN DIE BYBELKUNDE- EN/OF BYBELONDERRIGONDERWYSER Abstract  PDF
IJ Henning
 
Vol 53 (1995) TERTIARY ACADEMIA OF RELIGION IN SOUTH AFRICA – SOME STATISTICAL PERSPECTIVES Abstract  PDF
Hans P Müller
 
Vol 54 (1995) PREFACE Abstract  PDF
Malan Nel, Kobus De Smidt, Dirk Human
 
Vol 52 (1995) PARADIGM CHANGES IN THE BIBLE SCIENCES AND THE TEACHING OF BIBLICAL STUDIES IN THE NEW SOUTH AFRICA Abstract  PDF
Izak JJ Spangenberg
 
Vol 100 (2009) QUO VADIS’ NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES? Abstract  PDF
Bernard C Lategan
 
Vol 101 (2009) POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION AS TEAMWORK: ‘THE AFRICANISATION OF BIBLICAL STUDIES’ PROJECT – A CASE STUDY Abstract  PDF
Willie van Heerden, Magdel le Roux
 
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