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Pastoraat aan die Afrika-mens / Johan Bosman

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dc.contributor.author Bosman, Johan
dc.date.accessioned 2008-08-25T18:53:55Z
dc.date.available 2008-08-25T18:53:55Z
dc.date.issued 2002
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10394/3
dc.description Thesis (Th.M. (Practical Theology))--Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2003
dc.description.abstract Pastoraat aan die Afrika-mens is a Masters' thesis, which explores the hypotheses and finds that an African life and worIdview must consciously be taken into account in pastoral care to Christians with an African life and worldview in order to improve effective care. The practical-theological model of Heitink is being used as research method. This entails the following: Hermeneutically 1. To show from Scripture as basis some perspectives on the research concepts 'pastoral care' and 'life and worldview'. Empirically 2. To describe the main aspects of an African life and worldview. 3. To determine the extent to which an African life and worldview still influence the thought and life of believers in Mamelodi. Strategically 4. To determine which aspects of an African life and worldview are relevant for pastoral care, 5. To formulate guidelines for pastoral care concerning Christians who are having an African life and worldview. Especially exegesis about Moses and Paul shows that life and worldview must be taken into consideration in pastoral care. The religion phenomenological approach to religious consciousness by the Dutch scholar Johan Herman Bavinck serves as basis to describe an African life and worldview in terms of totality, norm, higher powers, need of salvation and life between activity and passivity. The socio-cultural category of space is added. Empirical research among seven ecclesiastical congregations in Mamelodi points to the fact that an African life and worldview still has an effect on the Iives of Christians. Pastoraat aan die Afrika-mens give guidelines for pastoral care, after looking at some 'emic' en 'etic' contributions regarding African-ness in pastoral care. The departure of a psycho-sociocuItural hermeneutic approach to African life and worldview as well as a Word-based holistic approach to the pastoral conversation is promoted.
dc.publisher Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education
dc.subject Pastoral care
dc.subject Johan Herman Bavinck
dc.subject African Life and Worldview
dc.subject Cross-cultural
dc.subject Contextual
dc.subject Mamelodi
dc.subject Urban Situation
dc.title Pastoraat aan die Afrika-mens / Johan Bosman
dc.type Thesis
dc.description.thesistype Masters


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