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    • Corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa: a practical-theological response 

      Theron, Petria M. (OASIS, 2013)
      On the 2012 Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International, 89.6% of Sub-Saharan African countries received scores below 50, where a score of zero signifies that the country is highly corrupt and a score of ...
    • Corruption: How should Christians respond? 

      Lotter, G.A.; Theron, P.M. (Fakulteit Teologie, Universiteit van die Vrystaat, 2012)
      The results of the 2010 Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International indicate the seriousness of the worldwide corruption problem. Although recent decades have witnessed a global public awareness and an ...
    • Cosmologies of the ancient Mediterranean world 

      Fitzgerald, John T. (OASIS, 2013)
      Cosmology is concerned with the order of the universe and seeks to provide an account, not only of that order, but also of the mind or reason behind it. In antiquity, the cosmos was usually understood religiously, such ...
    • Cosmology in the book of Revelation 

      Jordaan, Gert J.C. (OASIS, 2013)
      The cosmology of the book of Revelation mainly involves God’s restored reign over the created universe (κόσμος). Throughout the book, the κόσμος is depicted according to its constituent parts, namely heaven, sea and ...
    • Cosmos, reality and God in the letters of John 

      Van der Watt, Jan (OASIS, 2013)
      The major question addressed in this article is how reality, especially cosmic reality, is perceived in 1 John; in other words: What are the elements of John’s cosmological vision as it becomes apparent in his letters? ...
    • The covenant as fundamental building block of marriage 

      Du Plessis, Amanda L. (Stellenbosch University, 2012)
      Marriage is an institution of God, a social institution, a multidimensional experience, as well as an intimate personal relationship between a man and a woman. In the Bible the marital relationship is used to describe the ...
    • Creating God’s own right-hand man – a cognitive linguistic approach to Psalm 110 

      De Bruyn, Joseph Jacobus (Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies (University of Johannesburg), 2012)
      Applying cognitive linguistics to the text of Psalm 110 is shown to be indispensable for a more comprehensive understanding of this psalm. Studying the poet’s use of the cognitive concepts ‘right hand’ and ‘feet’ as well ...
    • Creation and the revelation of God's children: liberation of enslaved bodies 

      Breytenbach, Cilliers (OASIS, 2013)
      In the first part of the article the role of Romans 8:18–30, within Romans 5:1–8:39, is briefly discussed. In the second part a summary of the argument of Romans 7:7–17, as presupposition for the understanding of Romans ...
    • Creation theology in Psalm 139 

      Marè, Leonard Philippus (BookRags, Inc., 2010)
    • A critical assessment of John Milbank’s Christology 

      Vorster, Nicolaas (Fakulteit Teologie, Universiteit van die Vrystaat, 2012)
      John Milbank is well known for attempting to develop a participatory theology.This article specifically assesses his Christology. The first section provides a synthetic explication of his Christology by focussing on his ...
    • Cultural underlays to the conflict in Corinth revisited 

      Wessels, Johannes Mattheus (Faculty of Theology, University of Stellenbosch, 2008)
    • Daniel 3 as satirical comedy 

      Nel, Marius (University of Stellenbosch Faculty of Theology, 2012)
      The tale in Daniel 3 is told to people living in the second century BCE whose lives were threatened by the Syrian Antiochus IV Epiphanes when they disobeyed his command to forsake their religion as a desperate measure of ...
    • Daniel 5, Elohim and Marduk: the final battle 

      De Bruyn, Jacobus (The Old Testament Society of Southern Africa (OTSSA), 2013)
      Daniel 5 forms part of a larger narrative that originates in Dan 1. The larger, more dominant narrative can be described as a deity war or a clash of deities. Utilising spatial markers, the author of Dan 5 shows his readers ...
    • Daniel 9 as part of an apocalyptic book? 

      Nel, Marius (AOSIS, 2013)
      Daniel 9 relates how Daniel studies the Hebrew Holy Scriptures and finds the prophecy of Jeremiah that Jerusalem will lie desolate for seventy years. He reacts by devoting himself to prayer and fasting in order to remind ...
    • Daniel as weapon for attack and defense through the ages 

      Jordaan, Pierre (Institute for Afro-Hellenic Studies, 2008)
    • Daniël 2 as satire 

      Nel, Marius (AOSIS, 2012)
      Readers use intuitive and acquired knowledge about genres in interpreting what they read and hear, underlining the importance of establishing the genre of a specific piece of literature. The genre of the tales in the Book ...
    • Dealing with bioethical dilemmas: a survey and analysis of responses from ministers in the Reformed Churches in South Africa 

      De Lange, Magdalena Catharina (AOSIS, 2012)
      Recent technological advancements in Bioethics have been rapid and incremental, leaving little time for Christian ethicists to reflect or develop a coherent methodological approach. To assess the situation in the Reformed ...
    • Dealing with violence in South Africa: the ethical responsibility of churches 

      Vorster, J.M. (Koos) (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
      This article investigates the phenomenon of violence in South Africa. The statistics of the excessive violence are presented and the possible reasons for this violence are examined. In this respect the influence of the ...
    • Debating the fundamentals of the faith among South African baptists 

      Hale, Frederick (Cape Town Baptist Seminary, 2012)
      During the 1920s two words recently coined in the United States of America (where they had immediate currency among Baptists), “fundamentalist” and “fundamentalism”, entered the lexicon of English in both the United Kingdom ...