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(University of Stellenbosch, 1986)
Romeinse gode (vervolg)
(Universiteit van Stellenbosch, 1986)
Eschatology and audience: the eschatology of Haggai
(Journal of the Old Testament Society in Southern Africa; Unisa Press, 1988)
Against the background of Hanson's theories regarding the development of apocalyptic eschatology and the position accorded to the message of Haggai in the post-exilic factional struggle, the eschatology of Haggai is ...
Esegiel 29:1-16: teen Egipte of teen Israel?
(University of Stellenbosch, 1989)
This article deals with the prophecy against Egypt in Ezekiel 29:1-16 to demonstrate that the message of this prophecy must be understood in the light of the situation of the people to whom it was directed. Although it is ...
Parallelism, metre and rhetoric in Ezekiel 29:1-6
This passage is only partially (vss, 3-7) printed as poetry in Biblia Hebraica Kittel and Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, The aim of this paper is to propound the theory that the whole of Ezek, 29:3-16 must be regarded as ...
'n Analise van Historiae 3.25 van Tacitus aan die hand van geselekteerde begrippe uit die verhaalteorie
(Randse Afrikaanse Universiteit, 1989)
Direk of indirek – ’n antwoord op H.M. Kuitert se siening van skrifberoep in die etiek
An analysis is provided of HM Kuitert’s view of a call on Scripture in Ethics. This is effected by the author's analysis and synthesis of the view of Kuitert. In Kuitert's view man, together with his capabilities, is ...
Deuteronomy 28, 69: superscript or subscript?
(Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 1988)
Should Deut 28, 69 (MT) be regarded as a subscript to the preceding section of the book or as a superscript for the following section? The general opinion is currently that it is a superscript, in conjunction with Deut 29, ...
Sintaktiese ontleding van poësie
Benjamin Friedman on Arabs in Israeli literature