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Die sogenaamde Bybelse kultuurmandaat (Gen. 1:28 en 2:15) en ontwikkeling ’n Ou-Testamentiese perspektief
The so-called Biblical cultural mandate (Gen. 1:28 and 2:15) and development – a perspective from the Old Testament In the Reformed tradition Genesis 1:28 and 2:15 are combined and regarded as the so-called "cultural ...
Vaartversnelling vra verdieping van ons liturgie
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 ...
Die Siriese manuskrip 12t4 - ’n merkwaardige manuskrip uit die twaalfde eeu
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). ...
A few remarks on the Aramaic treaties from Sefire
(Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 1991)
Etiek en Ou Testament: ’n kritiese bespreking van bybelse grondslae vir moderne etiese vraagstukke
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 ...
Die inleidings en opskrifte van die vyf Siriese apokriewe psalms
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 ...
Geskiedenis en gesigshoek met besondere verwysing na die rol van die profete in Kronieke
The writing of history can not be separated from the point of view of the historian. Objective historiography, therefore, remains an illusion. This problem is examined in this paper, with the treatment of prophets in ...
Die wisselwerking tussen profeet en gehoor in die boek Esegiël
The interaction between prophet and audience is one of the important elements of the prophetic process. This interaction is closely related to the audience's acceptance or rejection of the prophetic message. The reaction ...
Riglyne vir die prediking oor wysheidsliteratuur, toegespits op die boek Spreuke
The aim of this paper is to give guidelines for preaching on the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, concentrating on the book of Proverbs. As background for the guidelines, wisdom and wisdom literature are defined and ...
The “Hebrew” psalms headings in the Syriac manuscript 12T4
(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 ...