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Vol 47, No 1&2 (2006) Barmen to Belhar: A contemporary confessing journey Abstract   PDF   HTML
RH Botman
 
Vol 49, No 3&4 (2008) Being church and freedom of religion – the function and ambit of religious freedom Abstract   PDF   HTML
P Coertzen
 
Vol 53, No Supp 1 (2012) Belhar revisitedThe unity of the church and socio-cultural identitieswithin the Reformed tradition2 Abstract   PDF
Eduardus (Eddy) Van der Borght
 
Vol 54, No 3&4 (2013) Best practice for society in dealing with cults Abstract   PDF
Stephan P Pretorius
 
Vol 48, No 1&2 (2007) Between humility and boldness: Explicating human rights from a Christian perspective Abstract   PDF   HTML
PJ Naude
 
Vol 48, No 3&4 (2007) Bevry om te bely en te beliggaam - ’n Ekklesiologiese besinning oor die kerkorde van die VGKSA Abstract   PDF   HTML
L Van Rooi
 
Vol 43, No 3&4 (2002) Bevryding tot eenwording en getuienis: die geskiedenis van die Verenigende Gereformeerde Kerk in Suider-Afrika 1950-2001 Abstract   PDF   HTML
JC Adonis
 
Vol 45, No 3&4 (2004) Bevrydingshermeneutiek en postkoloniale kritiek: ’n evaluering Abstract   PDF   HTML
M Nel
 
Vol 53, No Supp 2 (2012) Beyond kenoticism: Why the suffering God had to become man Abstract   PDF
Marcel Sarot
 
Vol 55, No 1&2 (2014) Beyond realism and non-realism: Religious language-games and reality Abstract   PDF
Hermen Kroesbergen
 
Vol 49, No 1&2 (2008) Bible and sword: The Cameronian contribution to freedom of religion Abstract   PDF   HTML
P Coertzen, DO Christie
 
Vol 47, No 3&4 (2006) Bible Study in Geneva: Theological Training for the Preachers to the People Abstract   PDF   HTML
EA De Boer
 
Vol 53, No Supp 2 (2012) Biblical spirituality, thematically approached: methodological considerations around 'discernment' Abstract   PDF
Christo Lombaard
 
Vol 54, No 1&2 (2013) Bio-etiek sonder grense: ʼn Verkenning en Christelik-etiese beoordeling van die UNESCO universele deklarasie van bio-etiek en menseregte (2005) Abstract   PDF
Riaan Rheeder
 
Vol 55, No 3&4 (2014) Blessed? A critical analysis of salvation in Denise Ackermann that portrays human flourishing as liberation, grace and the goodness of life Abstract   PDF
Nadia Marais
 
Vol 47, No 3&4 (2006) Blydskap: ’n Antwoord op beproewings volgens Jakobus 1:2-4 Abstract   PDF   HTML
C Le Bruyns
 
Vol 55, No Supp 1 (2014) Bonhoeffer and the Anthropocene Abstract   PDF
Larry Rasmussen
 
Vol 55, No Supp 1 (2014) Bonhoeffer and the future of Public Theology in South Africa. The on-going quest for life together. Abstract   PDF
Koopman Nico
 
Vol 52, No 1&2 (2011) Boustene vir die toekoms van die NG Kerk (Deel III) Abstract   PDF   HTML
JW Hofmeyr, P Kruger
 
Vol 48, No 3&4 (2007) Calendrical data, social groups and animosity in early Jewish apocalyptic texts Abstract   PDF   HTML
M Nel
 
Vol 50, No 3&4 (2009) Calvin, Accra, and Empire: The Reformed quest for social justice Abstract   PDF   HTML
HM Van den Bosch
 
Vol 54, No 1&2 (2013) Calvin and his puritan heirs on Christ’s humanity in Hebrews Abstract   PDF
M Jones
 
Vol 50, No 3&4 (2009) Calvin revisited: Acknowledgement and challenge re Church and State Abstract   PDF   HTML
P Coertzen
 
Vol 49, No 3&4 (2008) Calvin’s views on political structures Abstract   PDF   HTML
RM Britz
 
Vol 50, No 3&4 (2009) Calvyn en sending na aanleiding van sy kommentaar op die brief aan die Romeine Abstract   PDF   HTML
P Verster
 
Vol 48, No 1&2 (2007) Can a leopard change its spots? Long walk to diversity Abstract   PDF   HTML
HJ Hendriks
 
Vol 47, No 1&2 (2006) Can justice be embodied in sexist language? A challenge to the Confession of Belhar Abstract   PDF   HTML
C Landman
 
Vol 52, No 3&4 (2011) Can we still be Reformed? A reflection on the Reformed tradition and South Africa’s modernity Abstract   PDF
W Fourie
 
Vol 53, No Supp 1 (2012) Cape Dutch Christendomand its legacy Abstract   PDF
Jan Nieder-Heitmann
 
Vol 51, No 3&4 (2010) Care to the human “soul” in contemporary theological theory formation. From “kerygmatics” to “fortigenetics” in a pastoral anthropology Abstract   PDF
DJ Louw
 
Vol 47, No 3&4 (2006) Celebrating the First Decade of Democracy in South Africa (1994-2004 ): An Inter-religious Perspective Abstract   PDF   HTML
RTH Dolamo
 
Vol 55, No 1&2 (2014) Christ and Creation – Early Christian theologians on Christ’s ownership of creation Abstract   PDF
Abram Van de Beek
 
Vol 47, No 1&2 (2006) Christelike gesindheid in die werkplek in Suid-Afrika vandag Abstract   PDF   HTML
JM Voster
 
Vol 49, No 3&4 (2008) Christelike oortuigings in ‘n konstitusionele demokrasie Abstract   PDF   HTML
IJ Van der Merwe
 
Vol 43, No 3&4 (2002) Christian ethics in post-apartheid South Africa – a Reformed perspective Abstract   PDF   HTML
NN Koopman
 
Vol 47, No 3&4 (2006) Christian identity and ethics in Romans Abstract   PDF   HTML
A Du Toit
 
Vol 53, No Supp 1 (2012) Christianity among other religions andsecular world views in the quest for thecommon good in pluralistic societies Abstract   PDF
Jan Nieder-Heitmann
 
Vol 54, No 1&2 (2013) Church and agapocracy: The rule of love Abstract   PDF
Abraham Van de Beek
 
Vol 49, No 3&4 (2008) Church and politics – a Reformed approach Abstract   PDF   HTML
A Van De Beek
 
Vol 54, No Supp 2 (2013) Church and war in the theology of Karl Barth Abstract   PDF
Arne Rasmusson
 
Vol 48, No 3&4 (2007) Church unity and church unification In search of a virtuous way Abstract   PDF   HTML
P Coertzen
 
Vol 53, No 3&4 (2012) Cilliers, Johan Universiteit Stellenbosch Die optiek van homiletiek: Prediking as om-raming van perspektief Abstract   PDF
Johan Cilliers
 
Vol 54, No 1&2 (2013) Cognitive transformation and spiritual growth: The matrix for discerning the wisdom of God (An exploration in Pauline discernment: part 2) Abstract   PDF
Dirk G Van der Merwe
 
Vol 43, No 3&4 (2002) Communicative rationality and hermeneutical insights for preaching in a context of poverty Abstract   PDF   HTML
HJC Pieterse
 
Vol 45, No Supp 1 (2004) Community-centred congregational ministry in South Africa: a plea for renewal Abstract   PDF   HTML
I Swart
 
Vol 47, No 1&2 (2006) Confessing and embodying justice: About being a confessing church vis-à-vis HIV/AIDS Abstract   PDF   HTML
F De Lange
 
Vol 49, No 1&2 (2008) Confession: A pastoral psychotherapeutic practice in the familia Dei Abstract   PDF   HTML
MO Sulo
 
Vol 54, No Supp 2 (2013) Confessional theology a belligerently public theology – How confessional theology relates to notions of Africanness and Reformedness Abstract   PDF
Rotney S Tshaka
 
Vol 50, No 3&4 (2009) Confessional Theology? The significance of the theology of Karl Barth in dealing with the confessional quagmire of the Reformed Church Abstract   PDF   HTML
RS Tshaka
 
Vol 45, No Supp 1 (2004) Congregations as providers of social service and HIV/AIDS care Abstract   PDF   HTML
HJ Hendriks, JC Erasmus, GG Mans
 
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