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    • African Traditional Religion: A New Struggle for African Identity 

      Muyingi, Mbangu Anicet (Association For Theological Education In South East Asia, 2015)
      This article investigates the social status attributed to African Traditional Religion (ATR) in determining culture and identity. Since ATR is seen to be the sum total of the peculiarities shared by African people, African ...
    • Geskiedenis, grondstudies en grondeisenavorsing – 'n oop gesprek 

      Van Eeden, ES (South African Academy for Science and Arts, 2012)
      In the history of South Africa, with prospects of a democratic system that would meet all the expectations of the people of the country, the year 1994 also required mind shifts with regard to land reform. As a discipline, ...
    • Geskiedenis, grondstudies en grondeisenavorsing – 'n oop gesprek 

      Van Eeden, E.S. (Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns, 2012)
      In the history of South Africa, with prospects of a democratic system that would meet all the expectations of the people of the country, the year 1994 also required mind shifts with regard to land reform. As a discipline, ...
    • The impact of apartheidon urban poverty in South Africa: What we can learn from history 

      Diana Viljoen; Tshediso Joseph Sekhampu (2013)
      South Africa's present day configuration of poverty and inequality bears overriding racial and gender dimensions as a result of the country's history. The distortions created by the now defunct apartheid system are still ...
    • Reading the Psalms historically. Antiochene Exegesis and a Historical Reading of Psalm 46 

      Van Rooy, Herculaas F (Faculty of Theology, University of the Orange Free State, 2009)
      The Antiochene exegetes, most notably Diodore of Tarsus and Theodore of Mopsuestia read the psalms against the historical background of Israelite history, reconstructing a historical setting for every psalm. This paper ...