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  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 1996)
    The existence of the five Syriac Apocryphal Psalms has been known since the eighteenth century. Psalm 151 was included in the Septuagint, whereas Hebrew versions of Psalms 151, 154 and 155 are part of the Psalms Scroll ...
  • Dircksen, Marianne (Universiteit van die Vrystaat, 1996)
    Three 20th-century literary approaches have had a marked influence on the reception of Tacitus' historical works. The historical and textual foci of the geistesgeschichtliche and New Critical approaches, respectively, have ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 1997)
    This article deals with the use of the Old Testament in seeking answers to modern ethical issues. A distinction must he made between the ethics of the Old Testament - a field for Old Testament scholars and the use of the ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 1997)
    This article discusses the Syriac manuscript 12t4, the most important Nestorian Psalm manuscript. A survey is presented of existing descriptions of this manuscript, with special reference to the description of Scher (1907). ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (Journal of the Old Testament Society in Southern Africa; Unisa Press, 1998)
    All studies on the Syriac Psalm 151 up to the present accept that all the Syriac witnesses reflect the same basic tradition. This tradition can be traced back to the version of this Psalm in a longer version in Syriac of ...
  • Van Rooy, Harry F. (Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 1999)
    The oldest published description by Addai Scher of this Syriac manuscript dates from 1907. The manuscript is a liturgical document containing the Psalms (including Psalms 151-155) and Odes. Scher also mentions that every ...
  • Dircksen, M. (AOSIS, 1999)
    Ancient historiography has more in common with the historical novel than with modem historiography. The Annals of Tacitus should be seen as an artistic, narrative text which demands active participation by the reader in ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 1999)
    The Holy Spirit and Scripture-reading in the gathering of the congregation The realisation of the presence of God in the gathering of the congregation is often hampered by the lack of emphasis on the communicative action, ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 1999)
    Spurt requests a deepening of our liturgy The science of Liturgy is currently experiencing a considerable expansion of knowledge and contributions from Reformed scholars need to bear a unique imprint. This article argues ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 1999)
    Spurt requests a deepening of our liturgy The science of Liturgy is currently experiencing a considerable expansion of knowledge and contributions from Reformed scholars need to bear a unique imprint. This article argues ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 2000)
    A century after the end of the Anglo-Boer War freedom remains an important issue and some people nowadays constantly ask whether they have lost their freedom in the New South Africa. This article offers an Old Testament ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 2000)
    Binding of the conscience, Calvin and the celebration of Holy Communion The context in which Scripture uses “conscience” determines the underlying relation of binding the conscience, freedom in Christ and essential and ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 2000)
    The formation of liturgical identity in response to the influence of a consumer culture Liturgy in South Africa is continually interacting with the Western cultural heritage on the one hand, and increasingly with African ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 2001)
    Preaching Christ from the Old Testament. A new approach to an old problem? This review article deals with Sidney Greidanus’ book on the problem of preaching Christ from the Old Testament (cf. footnote 1). It discusses his ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 2001)
    Per bonam consequentiam: The status of exegetical deductions The importance of Hermeneutics in ecclesiastical discussions must be recognised. In such discussions, people attempt to substantiate their views with arguments ...
  • De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 2001)
    The external image of the church – a few biblical perspectives What does the Bible teach about the image of the church and does it provide certain guidelines on how the church should promote itself? What does God do with ...
  • Smit, Johannes (AOSIS, 2001)
    In this article it is argued that the practice of theology as a science, based on the presupposition that the Bible is the word of God, is inherently part of the calling and responsibility of the church. Therefore, practising ...
  • Van Rooy, H.F. (AOSIS, 2002)
    Ezekiel 13 forms part of a whole complex in the book of Ezekiel dealing with those prophetic voices challenged by the prophet Ezekiel. His audience paid no attention to his message and had expectations of a quick return ...
  • Van Rooy, Harry F. (Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 2002)
    This article studies the headings of the Psalms in the Dead Sea Scrolls, especially in relationship to the headings in the Masoretic Text and in the Septuagint. Special attention is given to those manuscripts that contain ...
  • Pretorius, J.; De Klerk, B.J. (AOSIS, 2002)
    Abundant love and conflict management: Basis-theoretical perspectives from Philippians The management of conflict in the process of building the Lord’s church remains an issue in need of basis-theoretical guidelines ...

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