This article reflects on the need for revival and unity in Reformed churches. It explores
issues which prevent this from happening and offers suggestions as to how some of these
challenges can be addressed. In attempting to do the latter it draws from the work of the
World Communion of Reformed Churches. The article also especially recognises the work
and contributions of Dr Allan Boesak as a Reformed theologian and scholar.
This paper was originally presented at a conference at the Chongshin University in Seoul, South
Kgatla, S.T. (Selaelo Thias)(Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011)
The events prior to and after church unity between the former Dutch Reformed Church in
Africa (DRCA) and the Dutch Reformed Mission Church (DRMC) in 1994 are
perplexing because the white Dutch Reformed Church (NG Kerk) ...
Phetlhu, Malebogo; South African Society for Agricultural Extension. Conference (44th : 2010 : Langebaan, South Africa); SASAE Conference (44th : 2010 : Langebaan, South Africa)(South African Society for Agricultural Extension, 2010-05)
Paper presented at the South African Society for Agricultural Extension Conference 4 - 7 May 2010 "The Impact of Climate Change on Extension Delivery in South Africa", Langebaan, Western Cape, South Africa.
A range of circumstances which were formative in the crises prompting the Protestant Reformation, resulted in heightened emphasis on ecclesiastical discipline, with some Reformation Confessions elevating discipline 'according ...