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The covenant as fundamental building block of marriage
(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 ...
An overview of the study of imprecatory Psalms: reformed and evangelical approaches to the interpretation of imprecatory Psalms
(The Old Testament Society of Southern Africa (OTSSA), 2016)
This article looks at some interpretive issues regarding the so-called imprecatory psalms, focusing on the debate within reformed and evangelical circles. Introductory issues regarding these psalms abound, such as their ...
Beskerm deur ingeligte toestemming: 'n gereformeerd-etiese besinning oor artikel 6 van die Universele Verklaring van Bio-etiek en Menseregte
(University of Stellenbosch, 2015)
In 2005 the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (UDBHR) of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) was accepted unanimously by the world community - consisting of 191 member ...
Kingdom, covenant, and human rights
This research revisits the idea of a Christian perspective on human rights. Departing from a hermeneutics of trust, this article considers the concept of human rights from the perspective of revelation history. Revelation ...
Marriage and family in view of the doctrine of the covenant
New emerging paradigms in Western culture have produced a new ethic. Not only social ethics in general but the ethics of marriage and family life are changing rapidly. This new ethic has inter alia a strong bearing on ...