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    • Preventing and managing electoral violence as a threat to democracy in South Africa 

      Aderemi, Busari Dauda; Mekoa, Itumeleng (Taylor & Francis, 2017)
      South Africa is a country of overlapping multi-party divisions that has its origin in the historical antecedents of the apartheid regime. Rifts within and between political parties have often produced severe levels of ...
    • Towards the formulation of a Pentecostal doctrine of election 

      Kotzé, Cornelius Frederick James (North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The Calvinistic and Arminianistic interpretations of the doctrine of election are researched and evaluated as well-established and tested paradigms in an attempt to formulate a doctrine of election that is unique to ...
    • Die voorsienigheidsleer van Adrio König : 'n dogmatiese beoordeling 

      Diedericks, Morné (North-West University, 2012)
      König is a contemporary and influential theologian and his views can not be ignored (Strauss, 2004:123). König (2002:13) regards himself as a reformed theologian, but his doctrine on providence differ from the classic ...