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Confessional Theology?: A Critical Analysis of the Theology of Karl Barth and Its Significance for the Belhar Confession
Christian confessions are usually seen as statements of faith which has no relationship with politics. The result is a tendency to view these documents as theological but not political. This studyExpand
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On being African and Reformed? Towards an African Reformed theology enthused by an interlocution of those on the margins of society
This article was first given as an inaugural lecture. As such, it sets out a particular agenda for the researcher’s interest. Here, the notions of being African and Reformed are interrogated. TheExpand
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Contesting Post-Racialism: Conflicted Churches in the United States and South Africa
From 2011 to 2012 the University of South Africa’s Department of Philosophy, Practical and Systematic Th eology and the University of London, Birckbeck College’s Department of Geography, Environment,Expand
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Confessional Theology? The significance of the theology of Karl Barth in dealing with the confessional quagmire of the Reformed Church
Since his induction into ‘academic theology’ Barth had come to appreciate the fact that Christian confessions were much more than mere statements of faith. His renewed appreciation for ChristianExpand
Morality and spirituality: The missing link for economic development in the 21st century
Whilst religion may have been of relevance in the quest for material prosperity and economic advancement in the 16th century, it seems not to have such importance today. The declining rate ofExpand
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