What does the Lutheran systematic theologian from South Africa, Klaus Nürnberger, find
‘ourselves to be’, that is, what is his viewpoint on anthropology? Nürnberger has recently
taken on the task of formulating anew ...
Dreyer, D.J. (Daniel)(AOSIS Open Journals, 2018-09-27)
A world view claims to give a true picture
of reality. As the insights of the sciences change our picture of reality, theology must take the
new views on the world serious to maintain its integrity and the Gospel its ...
For more than four decades, a variety of theologians from different backgrounds and
different points of departure have argued that the language we use in reference to God and
humanity should be inclusive of different ...
Iuliu-Marius, Morariu(AOSIS Open Journals, 2018-07-24)
It has been often said nowadays that since the fall of Constantinople, the Eastern-Orthodox
Church has not been concerned with political theology. In this research, we will try to show
that aspects of the aforementioned ...
De Villiers, D.E. (Dawid Etienne)(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2018-07-04)
It is now 49 years since Johan Heyns’s Sterwende Christendom? [Dying Christendom] was
published (1969) in which he traced the history of secularisation and its impact on the
theology of his time and 36 years since the ...
Lindbeck’s theology can be defined as an ecclesiology. For the ultimate concern in his life and
thoughts is an ecclesiastical one. His ecclesial ethics is based on his ecclesiology. It has two
aspects: the intra-systematic ...
In hierdie hoofstuk word Jürgen Moltmann se bydrae tot Reformatoriese teologie
ondersoek. Sy teologie kan beskryf word as ’n teologie wat Bybels gegrond is, ’n
eskatologiese gerigtheid en ’n politieke verantwoordelikheid ...
Green, Gerhardus Jakobus(University of Pretoria, 2018)
Navorsing oor veranderende konsepte van God toon aan dat die oorsprong van ateïsme na die skolastici van die laat-middeleeue teruggevoer kan word. Hierdie ondersoek poog om die verhouding tussen Johannes Duns Scotus se ...
This dissertation offers an interdisciplinary analysis of some features of the Speech-
Act Theory in biblical hermeneutics. It highlights some of the probable aspects of the
studied analysis regarding hermeneutic issues ...
This paper identifies four perspectives on the idea of ecodomy as ancestry in contemporary studies on
indigenous African religions. Building on the notion of ecodomy defined by Geiko Müller-Fahrenholz as
Vellem, Vuyani Shadrack(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-11-22)
It is indisputable that Black Theology of Liberation (BTL) intentionally un-thinks the West. BTL has
its own independent conceptual and theoretical foundations and can hold without the West if it
rejects the architecture ...
Moltmann, Jurgen; Tveit, Olav F.; Nurnberger, Klaus; Buitendag, Johan(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-12-05)
This article represents a trilogy of tribute to and by Jürgen Moltmann on 05 and 06 April 2017
during the centenary celebrations of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Pretoria and
the conferment of an honorary ...
Kobe, Sandiswa Lerato(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-12-05)
This article draws on a well-known narration of the Gugulethu Seven incident from the Truth
and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) proceedings with specific reference to testimonies of the
mothers of the Gugulethu Seven. ...
Steenkamp, Yolande(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-11-24)
This article provides an overview of Richard Kearney’s attempt at re-imagining God postmetaphysically.
In the context of a continental dialogue on the topic, Kearney has responded
to onto-theology with a hermeneutic and ...
This article aims at exploring the theme ‘Living God, renew and transform us’ under the
following headings: the living God and the gods of death, the desolation of atheism and the
sun of righteousness, just law and the ...
Nurnberger, Klaus(AOSIS Open Journals, 2017-12-20)
This essay extends my previous research on eschatology to cover the question of human uniqueness.
Using the approach of ‘experiential realism’, I begin with a few findings of modern science that are
relevant to the topic: ...
In this article, the notion of broken bodies is explored in relation to the African body and the
history of colonialism in South Africa. This exploration will be rooted in a retelling of the
story of the woman, Saartjie ...
Iuliu-Marius, Morariu(AOSIS Open Journals, 2018-04-23)
An important personality of the Swedish cultural space and of the world diplomatic space,
Dag Hammarskjöld (1905–1961), left to posterity, besides his literary works, his economic and
diplomatic contributions, the most ...
In exploring the future of theological reflection at a public university, the Irish Anglican
theologian David Ford considers the study of theology in university settings that are multireligious
and multi-secular. He ...