Browsing Research Articles (Science of Religion and Missiology) by Title

Browsing Research Articles (Science of Religion and Missiology) by Title

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  • Nel, Malan (Society for Practical Theology in South Africa, 2007)
    Evangelism never was a popular concept or ministry. Two of the critical reasons for this might be the lack of real theological reflection on Evangelism from a holistic missional perspective on the one hand and, on the other ...
  • Breytenbach, A.P.B. (Andries Petrus Bernardus), 1944- (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 1995)
    The text of the Samaritan Liturgy is almost unknown among scholars of the Old Testament. The value of the Samaritan Liturgy lies in its correspondence with the Old Testament. The way in which the Samaritan Liturgy makes ...
  • Nel, Malan (Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2005)
    Before the discussion of the subject of reconciliation in apocalyptic literature can be researched it is necessary to answer preliminary questions: What is apocalyptic literature? Where, how and why did it originate? Is ...
  • Franklin, K.J. (Kirk James); Niemandt, Cornelius Johannes Petrus (Nelus) (AOSIS Open Journals, 2013-05-15)
    Complex questions have arisen about how Christian mission agencies function within a globalised context. The changing context has impacted on how the missio Dei has been worked out within these agencies and this has had ...
  • Henry, Desmond (OpenJournals Publishing, 2011-12-08)
    The purpose of this article was to present a vision (of a preferred future) for the southern African ecclesia, based on an accurate understanding of what can be termed a missional ecclesiology. This concept was explored ...
  • Henry, Desmond; Niemandt, Cornelius Johannes Petrus (Nelus) (OpenJournals Publishing, 2014-04-30)
    Baptists in South Africa have developed along lines similar to other denominations of their day (e.g. the Dutch Reformed Church). However, there are six distinct waves of development within Baptist history in South Africa ...
  • Root, Robin; Van Wyngaard, Arnau; Whiteside, Alan (Routledge, 2017)
    We draw on a study of a church-run community home-based care organization in Swaziland to explore how individuals living with HIV perceived caregivers‘ impact on well-being. Our primary concern was to examine how religion, ...
  • Beyers, Jaco (SCIRI and SACRI, 2016)
    Humans as created matter engage with the transcendental. The difference between matter and spirit has been categorised: (a.) material and earthly existence is deemed impure and temporary. (b.) The spiritual existence is ...
  • Beyers, Jaco (OpenJournals Publishing, 2010)
    Western thought has influenced the way that religion is understood. Western philosophy supported the separation between the sacred and the profane. Modernism, focusing on human rationality, reduced religion to a set of ...
  • Beyers, Jaco (CSSALL Publishers, 2017)
    In this discussion the question to be addressed, will not be as much as to present direction in the format of religious participation in social responsibilities. Such a question assumes that religion does indeed have a ...
  • Van Zyl, F.J. (Francois Jacobus) (Reformed Theological College, Faculty of Theology, University of Pretoria, 2007-11)
    This article focuses on Karl Barth's view of the human being as sinner. In accordance with his christological approach to all theological matters, the article aims to argue that Barth describes the image and character of ...
  • Baatsen, Ronald Allen (AOSIS Open Journals, 2017)
    The relationship between Christianity and Islam from the perspective of a willingness to embrace them is described in this chapter. Over the last decade, there has been an intensified interest in developing a thorough ...
  • Kgatla, S.T. (Selaelo Thias) (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2012)
    Belief in witchcraft is found across the world and in some societies alleged witches are persecuted and killed. This article explores the rise of false accusations of witchcraft and the resultant killings in South Africa ...
  • Vilanculo, Anselmo (Baptist Union of Southern Africa, 2009)
    Worship is the most intense and most absorbing activity of man under the sun. Yet it is also a transforming and life-changing experience man can know. As such, worship is the holiest of human activities and engagements of ...
  • Meiring, Piet (Pieter Gerhard Jacobus), 1941- (Unisa Press, 2009-11)
    In South Africa the Truth and Reconciliation process has come to an end. In Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission has just begun to investigate the Indian Residential School system, a programme run over the course ...