This article provides a European perspective on church and state that may
be instructive in understanding current developments in Africa. In
particular, the article explores the fragile inter-dependency of minority and
majority religions within national systems. It examines various ways of
defining dominant and minority religions and various paradigms of
church-state relations. The article provides a comparative case study of
the English religious establishment model for understanding these
concepts and argues for both the inclusion of religion in public discourse
and the protection of religious minorities in the ongoing development of
law and religion in Africa.
Allen, N.P.L. (Nicholas P.L.)(Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2001)
This paper refutes the recent spate of
attempts to invalidate the 1988 carbon dating results which indicated with a 95% certainty, that the Shroud of Lirey-Chambery-Turin was manufactured from flax plants that grew sometime ...
This contribution examines Rudolf Otto’s and Paul Tillich’s theories of religion against the
background of the debates around 1900. Beginning with Wilhelm Windelband’s motifs and
Ernst Troeltsch’s philosophies of religion, ...
Ntho-Ntho, Albertina Maitumeleng(University of Pretoria, 2013)
It has been the desire of the ANC government ever since it came to power in 1994 to develop
a unity of purpose and spirit that cherishes and celebrates the diverse nature of the South
African population in terms of ...