Browsing Dogmatics and Christian Ethics by Title

Browsing Dogmatics and Christian Ethics by Title

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  • Park, Sung Woo (University of Pretoria, 2016)
    Under the influence of the Christian ecumenical movement, there has been a tendancy to reread the Western theological tradition through the lens of the Eastern idea of deification. The studies of the theology of John Calvin, ...
  • Park, Sung W. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2017-03-31)
    Calvin scholars debate whether Calvin’s theology supports the Eastern Orthodox theosis, which advocates the believers’ participation in the intrinsic divine life, mediated by Christ’s humanity in their union with Christ. ...
  • Bwalya, Musonda (2012-12-06)
    There is so much alienation, pain and suffering in our today’s world. In this vein, African Christianity, a voice amongst many voices, should seek to be a transformational religion for the whole of life, affecting all ...
  • McDurmon, Joel Edward (AOSIS Open Journals, 2012-11-30)
    This article reviewed claims made by modern scholars Ford Lewis Battles, G.H. Williams, and Theodore Tappert concerning the views of Jacob Strauss (1480–1530), court preacher at Eisenach, particularly in regard to the ...
  • De Villiers, D.E. (Dawid Etienne) (Department of Old and New Testament, University of Stellenbosch, 2010)
    This article attempts, first of all, to define the concept of human dignity in tandem with a Christian ethics of responsibility. The views on human dignity, held by some proponents of a Christian ethics of responsibility, ...
  • Van Wyk, Tanya (AOSIS Open Journals, 2019-11-12)
    In this contribution, the connection between redressing the past and doing justice in the present is explored by presenting the notion of ‘paradox’ as a response to ‘binary thinking’. In this regard, ‘paradox’ denotes ...
  • Kim, Junseop (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2018-05-16)
    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 ...
  • Kim, Yong Jun (University of Pretoria, 2008-11-13)
    Since Schleiermacher, in nineteenth century, liberal theologians neglected the doctrine of the Trinity. However, on the basis of the Hegelian influence, leading 20th century theologians, Barth, Moltmann, Jüngel and Pannenberg ...
  • Sekhaulelo, Motshine Amos (African Online Scientific Information System, 2014-12)
    This article investigates and outlines the strategies, which the Reformed Churches in South Africa (RCSA) can employ for poverty alleviation in the South African urban communities.1 By RCSA, the author refers to the local ...
  • Yoo, Chang Hyung (University of Pretoria, 2007-10-18)
    Please read the abstract in the section 00front of this document
  • Vellem, Vuyani Shadrack (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2013-05-03)
    This article is a South African perspective of a Black African reflection on the publicity of Reformed faith. Whilst the notion of public theology is fairly new, the article argues, it is important to define the ‘public’ ...
  • McDurmon, Joel Edward (University of Pretoria, 2012-10-04)
    No name seems to have been associated with more systematic criticism in regard to political and social thought during the magisterial Reformation than that of the Old Testament lawgiver, Moses. Beginning early in the ...
  • Chikanya, Tichaona Nigel (University of Pretoria, 2012)
    Many Zimbabweans experienced its 18 April 1980 independence of Zimbabwe as ushering in an era of hope. However, it is shown that events like Operations Murambatsvina and Makavhotasei, the Land Reform Program, and the ...
  • Van Graan, Bianca R.; Van der Merwe, J.M. (Johan Matthys) (Stellenbosch University, Faculty of Theology, 2016)
    In 2004 the General Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church gave an order that an investigation should be done regarding the implementing of church discipline (repeated in 2007 and 2011). There is a need for re-evaluating ...
  • Kroesbergen, Hermen (MDPI, 2019-04-25)
    Religion in Africa is in many respects becoming religion without belief and community again, I will argue in this article. Europeans arriving in Africa did not recognize African religion, because Africans did not have the ...
  • Pretorius, Mark (OpenJournals Publishing, 2013-04-30)
    The objective of this article was to deal with the challenging theme of the Origin of Life. Science has been arguing the when and how of the beginning of life for centuries. It is a subject which remains perplexing despite ...
  • Benoni-Wang, Jennet Otob (University of Pretoria, 2014)
    The ordinary local Cameroonian just like people everywhere experiences a lot of evil and suffering in acts such as violence, abuse, murder, poverty, sicknesses, and death. But in Cameroon the experience of suffering seems ...
  • Loubser, Gysbert Matthys Hendrik; Du Toit, Calvyn C. (AOSIS, 2018-05)
    Expanding our description of liturgy as an organisation of technics structuring desire, we describe the accompanying myth as a technic of knowing. Drawing on transdisciplinary theology, developed from the work of Wentzel ...
  • Buitendag, Johan; Simut, Corneliu C. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2017)
    TRS are two interconnected and mutually dependent fields of academic inquiry, which belong to the larger and more encompassing domain of general humanities. Given this interconnectivity, reciprocity, and interdependability ...
  • Muis, Jan (AOSIS Open Journals, 2016-11-24)
    Because the notion of ‘power’, and of ‘absolute power’ in particular, is associated with coercion, violence and oppression, it is problematic to attribute power to God. Jürgen Moltmann and Eberhard Jüngel reject a ...