Stellenbosch theological journal ; STJ = Stellenbosch teologiese joernaal

Vorheriger Titel: Fortsetzung von Ned Geref Teologiese Tydskrif
Format: Elektronische Zeitschrift
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veröffentlicht: Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, [2015]-
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Band Jahr Titel
1(2015), 1, Seite 19-40 [2015] Activating moral imagination EXPOSED 2013 as a fourth generation faith-based campaign? Nadine Bowers-Du Toit
1(2015), 1, Seite 41-56 [2015] Between separation and celebration Perspectives on the ethical-political preaching of Desmond Tutu Johan Cilliers
1(2015), 1, Seite 57-77 [2015] The revelation of Christ as an impossible impossibility a critical reading of Jean-Luc Marion’s contribution to the post-modern debate in phenomenology, philosophy of religion and theology Auke Compaan
1(2015), 1, Seite 79-98 [2015] Beyers Naudé: South Africa’s Bonhoeffer? Celebrating the centenary of the birth of Beyers Naudé - 1915-2015 John De Gruchy
1(2015), 1, Seite 99-123 [2015] Hermeneutics of creeds and confessions The question of continuity and change E. J. Echeverria
1(2015), 1, Seite 125-150 [2015] Die Kerkbode en die viering van Geloftedag, 1910-2010 J. D. Froneman
1(2015), 1, Seite 151-166 [2015] Why ethics? Wolfgang Huber
1(2015), 1, Seite 167-186 [2015] The liturgy and order of the mid-sixteenth century English Church in Geneva R. S. Jackson
1(2015), 1, Seite 187-200 [2015] The prophetic voice of the ecumenical church in South Africa and the role of the Volkskerk van Afrika Donald Katts
1(2015), 1, Seite 217-233 [2015] Die bydrae van ’n haalbare gasvryheids- en ontmoetingsetiek in die etiese versorging van gesondheidsorgwerkers Laetus Lategan
1(2015), 1, Seite 235-254 [2015] Postmodern relativism and the challenge to overcome the “value-vacuum” Ferdinand Potgieter
1(2015), 1, Seite 255-271 [2015] Investigating John 13-17 as a missional narrative Guillaume Smit
1(2015), 1, Seite 273-289 [2015] Die Kaapse NG Kerk en die Groot Trek ’n evaluering Piet Strauss
1(2015), 1, Seite 291-319 [2015] Happiness - a primer for theological engagement Izak Johannes Van der Merwe
1(2015), 1, Seite 301-215 [2015] Liberal democracy and the genetic supermarket Autonomy and freedom in Jürgen Moltmann’s political theology and biotechnology Manitza Kotzé
1(2015), 1, Seite 321-343 [2015] God en armoede in die Karoo - ’n Besinning oor ’n teologie van transformasie PI Van Niekerk
1(2015), 1, Seite 345-359 [2015] Geloof sonder sekerhede? In gesprek met Anton van Niekerk Ernst Conradie
1(2015), 2, Seite 15-41 [2016] The social production of sacred space in urban Oslo Daniel Enstedt
1(2015), 2, Seite 43-68 [2016] Urban theology endeavours and a theological vision of hope and justice for post-apartheid South African cities Geneviève James
1(2015), 2, Seite 69-86 [2016] African urbanims Reinterpreting the marks of the church Piet Naudé
1(2015), 2, Seite 87-111 [2016] The parish as existential space A theological critique of territory Ola Sigurdson
1(2015), 2, Seite 113-129 [2016] Cities, corporeality and consciousness Graham Ward
1(2015), 2, Seite 131-153 [2016] Reading the Bible in the African context Assessing Africa’s love affair with prosperity Gospel Ntozakhe Cezula
1(2015), 2, Seite 155-174 [2016] Reading for the dignity of all Overcoming the troubling legacy of the Old Testament L. Juliana Claassens
1(2015), 2, Seite 175-194 [2016] Reading the Bible through the ages? Historical and hermeneutical perspectives Dirkie Smit
1(2015), 2, Seite 195-215 [2016] The Bible and the justification of apartheid in Reformed circles in the 1940's in South Africa Some historical, hermeneutical and theological remarks Robert R. Vosloo
1(2015), 2, Seite 217-234 [2016] Listening past difference Towards a compassionate ethics of communication Herman Wasserman
1(2015), 2, Seite 235-261 [2016] Reading the Bible with the marginalised The value/s of contextual Bible reading Gerald West
1(2015), 2, Seite 263-282 [2016] Religious education and nation-building in Nigeria Miracle Ajah
1(2015), 2, Seite 283-298 [2016] An ethos of hospitality as public morality in the face of the disorderly process in Nigeria today? Godwin I. Akper
1(2015), 2, Seite 299-313 [2016] Back to the future Thoughts about development and the future of missiology Akinyemi O. Alawode
1(2015), 2, Seite 315-344 [2016] Albert Schweitzer se etiese gesigseinder Eerbied vir en dankbaarheid teenoor die lewe Pieter JJ Botha
1(2015), 2, Seite 345-365 [2016] The limited public good of a confession A public theological reflection on enhancing the (public) good of the Belhar Confession in the Reformed Church family of South Africa A. R. Brunsdon
1(2015), 2, Seite 367-383 [2016] Where have all the prophets gone? Perspectives on political preaching Johan Cilliers
1(2015), 2, Seite 385-400 [2016] A perspective on marriages and civil unions in South Africa Part 2 - Civil unions Pieter Coertzen
1(2015), 2, Seite 401-425 [2016] Aanbidding en sport ’n Ruimtelik-liturgiese ondersoek Daléne Flynn
1(2015), 2, Seite 427-446 [2016] Who do you want: Barabbas or Jesus? Power and empowerment in theological education H. Jurgens Hendriks
1(2015), 2, Seite 447-470 [2016] From welcomed migrants to alleged terrorists A missio-political reading of Exodus 1:8-2:10 Roderick R. Hewitt
1(2015), 2, Seite 471-490 [2016] Mission driven by fear and despair The case of Kranspoort - the first Dutch Reformed Church mission station outside the Cape Colony S. T. Kgatla
1(2015), 2, Seite 491-510 [2016] Triniteit, mannelijkheid en vrouwelijkheid Een kritische analyse en zoektocht naar een verantwoordelijke methode Alida Maria Jantina Leene
1(2015), 2, Seite 511-530 [2016] Social media and the new struggles of young people against marginalisation a challenge to missional ecclesiology in Southern Africa Reggie Nel
1(2015), 2, Seite 531-549 [2016] Learning, changing and doing - Critical citizenship through ecumenical exposure Ian Nell
1(2015), 2, Seite 569-588 [2016] An investigation into the use of Israel’s “historical traditions” in Joel 1:2-20 C. J. Redelinghuys
1(2015), 2, Seite 589-605 [2016] Moral earthquakes and our response Can ethics make a difference? R. N. Richardson
1(2015), 2, Seite 607-632 [2016] “Making history for the coming generation” - on the theological logic of Russel Botman’s commitment to transformation Dirkie Smit
1(2015), 2, Seite 633-665 [2016] A hermeneutic of vulnerability Redeeming Cain? Gerrie Snyman
1(2015), 2, Seite 667-682 [2016] Die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk en die aanvaarding van sy belydenisskrifte Piet Strauss
1(2015), 2, Seite 683-693 [2016] A confessing church at war with itself The significance of the relationship between the concepts “Gospel and law” Rothney S. Tshaka
1(2015), 2, Seite 695-710 [2016] Biblical happiness and baptismal identity Izak Johannes Van der Merwe
1(2015), 2, Seite 711-730 [2016] “God the Revealed: Christology” Michael Welker’s response to Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s question Henco Van der Westhuizen
1(2015), 2, Seite 731-759 [2016] The struggle against poverty, unemployment and social injustice in present-day South Africa Exploring the involvement of the Dutch Reformed Church at congregational level Marichen Van der Westhuizen
1(2015), 2, Seite 761-781 [2016] Inspiration from the Gospel for the fullness of life in the informal settlements in Mangaung, Free State Province, South Africa Pieter Verster
2(2016), 1, Seite 13-26 [2016] Bonhoeffer in Latin American perceptions An inspiration to overcome structures of injustice? Walter Altmann
2(2016), 1, Seite 27-42 [2016] 70 Years later - what do we have to learn from Dietrich Bonhoeffer in Latin America today? Carlos Caldas
2(2016), 1, Seite 43-60 [2016] Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Nelson Mandela and the dilemma of violent resistance in retrospect John W. De Gruchy
2(2016), 1, Seite 61-88 [2016] A state church? A consideration of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa in the light of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s ‘Theological position paper on state and church’ Dion Forster
2(2016), 1, Seite 89-107 [2016] On the reception of Bonhoeffer A case study of South-South dialogue Dirk J. Smit
2(2016), 1, Seite 109-130 [2016] Preaching between affirmation and anticipation contours of a paradoxical homiletic Johan Cilliers
2(2016), 1, Seite 131-148 [2016] Divine election and migration The worst possible way to address the predicament of refugees? Ernst M. Conradie
2(2016), 1, Seite 149-176 [2016] The ecclesial notion of ‘family’ versus authentic families today Evaluation of the initial findings of the 2014 Synod of Catholic Bishops Graham Duncan
2(2016), 1, Seite 177-202 [2016] Towards an African ecogender theology A decolonial theological perspective Chammah J. Kaunda
2(2016), 1, Seite 203-222 [2016] God at work An exploration of the dynamic inter-relationship between the reign of God and the people of God Peter Langerman
2(2016), 1, Seite 223-240 [2016] Shem, Ham, Japheth and Zuma - Genesis 9:25-27 and masculinities in South Africa Jacob JS Meiring
2(2016), 1, Seite 241-259 [2016] Old Testament stories and Christian ethics Some perspectives from the narrative of Judah and Tamar Esias Meyer
2(2016), 1, Seite 261-284 [2016] Patriarchal ethics and narrative representation Ethics, values and morality of the biblical narrator in the Jacob’s story Matthew Michael
2(2016), 1, Seite 285-304 [2016] The relevance of the metaphor of God as Father in a democratic, non-sexist and religious society An African Christian perspective Leepo Modise
2(2016), 1, Seite 305-319 [2016] The power of stories from within The Dingleton Community relocation Dawid P. Mouton
2(2016), 1, Seite 321-338 [2016] A critical investigation of Romans 4:3 Its determinative value for justice and righteousness Peter Nagel
2(2016), 1, Seite 339-361 [2016] The role of Matthew’s ἀφίημι-logia in the decisions of the General Synod of the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) in post-apartheid South Africa Marius J. Nel
2(2016), 1, Seite 363-379 [2016] The socio-cultural functions of indigenous languages in teaching theology Kelebogile T. Resane
2(2016), 1, Seite 381-396 [2016] Inclusive Communities A missional approach to racial inclusivity within the Dutch Reformed Church Pieter Fourie Rossouw
2(2016), 1, Seite 397-423 [2016] Persons without capacity as participants in research A Kingdom perspective on article 7(b) of UNESCO’s Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights (2005) Riaan Rheeder
2(2016), 1, Seite 425-439 [2016] Polluted water, stinking water, frozen water, no water A life threatening situation! Perspectives from Exodus 1-11 and 15-17 Steven Van der Walt
2(2016), 1, Seite 441-461 [2016] ‘Julle noem My Leermeester … en julle is reg, want Ek is dit’ (Joh 13: 13) Onderrig in die Evangelie van Johannes Jan Van der Watt
2(2016), 1, Seite 463-490 [2016] ‘God the Spirit’ Michael Welker’s ‘biblical-realistic theology’ Henco Van der Westhuizen
2(2016), 1, Seite 491-511 [2016] Die relevansie van die kerklike tug Bianca R. Van Graan
2(2016), 2, Seite 13-38 [2016] Living through the fire Bonhoeffer’s thoughts on a credible church for today Carel Anthonissen
2(2016), 2, Seite 39-56 [2016] “Prophets, Faust, and First-Years Bonhoeffer and the language of charismatic experience” Patrick J. Dunn
2(2016), 2, Seite 57-75 [2016] Church and South African realities today Towards a relevant missiology of radical discipleship S. T. Kgatla
2(2016), 2, Seite 77-91 [2016] The ethics of the penultimate in a situation of ambiguity A possible and relevant interpretation of Bonhoeffer in Brazil today R. Von Sinner
2(2016), 2, Seite 93-110 [2016] Nabye aftrede Predikante se belewing van hul gemeente, persoonlike welstand en finansies Liezel Alsemgeest
2(2016), 2, Seite 111-130 [2016] Exploring the voices of children and youth A plea for renewal in Church structures for child and youth ministries Jacques W. Beukes
2(2016), 2, Seite 131-152 [2016] Accessing Yahweh’s presence Ethical implications of the entrance liturgy of Psalm 15 Blessing Onoriode Boloje
2(2016), 2, Seite 153-179 [2016] ’n Ondersoek na ’n gemeente se aanbiddingsvoorkeure om lidmaatdeelname ten opsigte van sang en musiek te bevorder binne die raamwerk van ses aanbiddingsmodelle Hans J. Brits
2(2016), 2, Seite 181-201 [2016] Op soek na die kontoere vir ’n teologies-etiese begronding van homoseksualiteit ’n Gereformeerde perspektief Auke Compaan
2(2016), 2, Seite 203-225 [2016] Reading Galatians 6:16 in line with Paul’s contrast between the new aeon in Christ and the old aeon before the Christ event Philip la G. Du Toit
2(2016), 2, Seite 227-256 [2016] Augustine Shutte’s autobiographical account of his Christian theology Patrick Giddy
2(2016), 2, Seite 257-272 [2016] God’s absence as characteristic of faith Implicit religion and Edward Bailey (1935-2015) Christo Lombaard
2(2016), 2, Seite 273-294 [2016] Strategies for dealing with sin in relation to poverty Frederick N. Kakwata
2(2016), 2, Seite 295-320 [2016] The changing understanding of the Eucharist among the Kikuyu communicants of the Thika Diocese in the Anglican Church of Kenya George Kiarie
2(2016), 2, Seite 321-346 [2016] The mirage of “Rainbowism” within the nightmare of #MustFall campaigns Exploring the penetrating hermeneutics of compassionate being-with against the background of decolonising activism and xenophobic suspicion Daniël Louw
2(2016), 2, Seite 347-364 [2016] The impact of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo on women and their response to peace-building Esther Lubunga
2(2016), 2, Seite 365-380 [2016] Amidst tongues tearing apart and lying lips, God of and for the oppressed Casting an African gaze at Psalm 12 Madipoane Masenya
2(2016), 2, Seite 381-400 [2016] Syncretism and inculturation in the Nso’ context of Cameroon Peter Siysi Nyuyki
2(2016), 2, Seite 401-429 [2016] “I shavha i sia muinga i ya fhi?” Decolonial reflection on African biblical hermeneutics Hulisani Ramantswana
2(2016), 2, Seite 431-445 [2016] Subordination vs. agency/resistance in South Africa Virgins bargaining their way through higher education Sunelle Stander
2(2016), 2, Seite 447-465 [2016] Die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk en die Afrikanervolk kerkordelik verwoord Piet Strauss
2(2016), 2, Seite 467-494 [2016] Some thoughts around developing missional South African congregations based upon the church rediscovering its identity in the grace of God Roger Tucker
2(2016), 2, Seite 495-538 [2016] Probing the “global Reformed Christ” of Nico Koopman An African-Kairos perspective Jakub Urbaniak
2(2016), 2, Seite 539-557 [2016] The future of the church - a forgotten article of Oepke Noordmans Abraham Van de Beek
2(2016), 2, Seite 559-587 [2016] From Christianising Africa to Africanising Christianity Some hermeneutical principles Dirk Van der Merwe
2(2016), 2, Seite 589-606 [2016] Broken wholeness A critical analysis of Henri JM Nouwen’s spirituality of vulnerability and its possible value for the current discourse on health and wholeness. Riaan Van der Merwe
2(2016), 2, Seite 607-620 [2016] The Word and the Spirit - Michael Welker’s theological hermeneutics Part 1 Henco Van der Westhuizen
2(2016), 2, Seite 621-644 [2016] Conflicting models for mission and reconciliation Future perspectives P. Verster
3(2017), 1, Seite 13-27 [2017] The sacralisation of popular culture as adolescent lived spirituality Anastasia Apostolides
3(2017), 1, Seite 29-50 [2017] The political responsibility of the Protestant churches in Brazil A post-coup d’état approach towards the 500th anniversary of the Reformation Felipe GK Buttelli
3(2017), 1, Seite 51-68 [2017] Mentoring and the ministerial formation of seminary students Nathan Chiroma
3(2017), 1, Seite 69-87 [2017] The boundaries of transitional justice Jean Améry and Johan Degenaar on the tension between survival and justice Theo De Wit
3(2017), 1, Seite 89-113 [2017] Responding to the challenge of father absence and fatherlessness in the South African context A case study involving concerned fathers from the North West Province Fazel Freeks
3(2017), 1, Seite 115-137 [2017] The continuity of indigenous rituals in African ecclesiology A Kenyan experience from a historical perspective Julius Gathogo
3(2017), 1, Seite 139-157 [2017] Karl Barth’s interpretative construal of the anhypostasis and enhypostasis of Christ’s human nature in relation to historical Protestant Orthodoxy James P. Haley
3(2017), 1, Seite 159-183 [2017] The progressive Pentecostal conception of development within an African context of poverty Frederick Kakwata
3(2017), 1, Seite 185-204 [2017] Discipleship misconceptions A social scientific reading of James and John’s request for seats of honour (Mark 10:35-42) Mookgo Solomon Kgatle
3(2017), 1, Seite 205-225 [2017] How environmental stewardship is viewed and evidenced in the Uniting Reformed Church of Southern Africa An appraisal of students’, lecturers’ and ministers’ perceptions Cheryl S. Le Roux
3(2017), 1, Seite 227-250 [2017] ‘Glocal’ and integrated churches within a practical theological imagination of ‘home away from home’ towards a ministry of migrants and refugees in diaspora Vhumani Magezi
3(2017), 1, Seite 251-283 [2017] Die stil stem van die vroue in die vroeë sendingwerk van der Kaapsche Kerk in Njassaland (1896-1906)Deel I Uitstuur- of opleidingskonteks Isabelle Murray
3(2017), 1, Seite 285-307 [2017] Re-enactment leading to transformation A critical assessment of the distinctives of Pentecostal preaching Marius Nel
3(2017), 1, Seite 309-326 [2017] Preaching and performance Theo-dramatic paradoxes in a South African sermon Ian A. Nell
3(2017), 1, Seite 327-342 [2017] A shy hope in the heart? Religious journalism in Australia and the Kuyperian legacy Bruce R. Pass
3(2017), 1, Seite 343-373 [2017] A case for consonance between science and theology The cosmological Christ as the scriptural and confessional focal point for dialogue André C. Pieterse
3(2017), 1, Seite 375-389 [2017] Die geestelike aard van die kerklike tug soos in gereformeerde kerkordes Piet Strauss
3(2017), 1, Seite 391-410 [2017] ‘Off with their heads!’ The imagery of the head in the trilogy of Psalms 108-110 (Part 1) Lodewyk Sutton
3(2017), 1, Seite 411-427 [2017] ‘Off with their heads!’ The imagery of the head in the trilogy of Psalms 108-110 (Part 2) Lodewyk Sutton
3(2017), 1, Seite 429-449 [2017] The Word and the Spirit - Michael Welker’s theological hermeneutics Part 2 Henco Van der Westhuizen
3(2017), 1, Seite 451-473 [2017] A department under siege How Philosophy at Stellenbosch was split in order to survive Anton A. Van Niekerk
3(2017), 1, Seite 475-494 [2017] The Spirit of generosity A new economic dispensation in the wake of Pentecost? Johannes Wessels
3(2017), 1, Seite 495-513 [2017] Die boodskap van die kruis as die middelpunt van Pauliniese teologie Jean Zumstein
3(2017), 1, Seite 515-545 [2017] Why faith makes sense On Graham Ward’s Unbelievable Khegan M. Delport
3(2017), 2, Seite 11-40 [2017] Renewal, Renaissance, Reformation, or Revolution? Guiding concepts for social transformation in South Africa in the light of 16th century ecclesial reform and deform movements in Europe
3(2017), 2, Seite 41-60 [2017] Bonhoeffer, status confessionis, and the Lutheran tradition
3(2017), 2, Seite 61-98 [2017] Re-animating church as politics South Africa commemorating the radical reformation in the hope of decolonizing local congregations
3(2017), 2, Seite 99-122 [2017] The reformed identity and mission from the margins
3(2017), 2, Seite 123-143 [2017] Protestantism and economic ethics An example for the interaction of faith and fabric?
3(2017), 2, Seite 145-162 [2017] Celebrating the Reformation as transformation to dignity
3(2017), 2, Seite 163-180 [2017] Commemoration, communion and courage, not celebration Public prophetic theology 500 years after the Reformation
3(2017), 2, Seite 181-198 [2017] Reforming our ‘Barth'?
3(2017), 2, Seite 199-218 [2017] Liberating reformed theology, social-embedded economics, and the white Afrikaans Reformed Churches
3(2017), 2, Seite 221-241 [2017] The Catholic Church's perspective of human dignity as the basis of dialogue with the secular world
3(2017), 2, Seite 243-267 [2017] The ecclesiological significance of the ‘African kraal' metaphor in a context of urban poverty in Zimbabwe
3(2017), 2, Seite 269-297 [2017] The letter to the Romans as Paul's legacy to theology Reception in exposition
3(2017), 2, Seite 299-317 [2017] The cinematic hidden Christ - His invisible divinity and his visible humanity
3(2017), 2, Seite 319-388 [2017] Die aard van wet in die Pentateug 'n Krities-kanoniese perspektief met Nuwe-Testamentiese implikasie
3(2017), 2, Seite 339-360 [2017] Reading the Book of Revelation politically
3(2017), 2, Seite 361-377 [2017] Reading Revelation from the top or the underside
3(2017), 2, Seite 379-402 [2017] Evolusie, Christologie en spiritualiteite - 'n Tweede (post-)aksiale perspektief
3(2017), 2, Seite 403-422 [2017] Forty years of theo-mission education in Eastern Africa The case of St. Andrew's Kabare, Kenya (1977-2017)
3(2017), 2, Seite 423-437 [2017] The growth of the holiness of Mary From flat character to theological construct
3(2017), 2, Seite 439-456 [2017] Eucharistic symbols Other emerging meanings in the Anglican Church of Kenya
3(2017), 2, Seite 457-475 [2017] Practical theology and narrative Contours and markers
3(2017), 2, Seite 477-492 [2017] Understanding Draupadi as a paragon of gender and resistance
3(2017), 2, Seite 493-529 [2017] Die stil stem van die vroue in die vroeë sendingwerk van "der Kaapsche Kerk" in Njassaland (1896-1906) Deel II Die Afrika-sendingkonteks
3(2017), 2, Seite 531-546 [2017] Challenging the status quo of an institutional culture in theological training
3(2017), 2, Seite 547-559 [2017] Discussing publicness on the public square?
3(2017), 2, Seite 561-584 [2017] Decolonizing theology
3(2017), 2, Seite 585-605 [2017] Die samestelling en gebruik van vraelyste in kerklike opnames met verwysings na die Ned Geref Kerk se Kerkspieël-vraelyste
3(2017), 2, Seite 607-625 [2017] An investigation into the socio-historical influences overcoming ethnicity in the early New Testament Church
3(2017), 2, Seite 627-630 [2017] Die dood en die sin van die lewe
4(2018), 1, Seite 11-37 [2018] Leadership, violent conflict and reconciliation in Africa the theological-sociocultural engagement of Luke's Gospel in social transformation
4(2018), 1, Seite 39-60 [2018] Towards the implementation of sustainable development goals in Nigeria Maximizing the influence of religious leaders
4(2018), 1, Seite 61-72 [2018] Is God in Nigeria? Land dislocation and the challenge of confessing Belhar in Nigeria today
4(2018), 1, Seite 73-89 [2018] Empathy and imagination Nurturing children's and adolescent's spiritual well-being in the digital environment
4(2018), 1, Seite 91-101 [2018] A paradigm shift in pastoral ministry in twenty-first century Nigeria An examination of the trends, causes and its implications
4(2018), 1, Seite 113-132 [2018] The Kairos of karos Revisiting notions of temporality in Africa
4(2018), 1, Seite 133-151 [2018] Is home the best place to be old?The changing geography of responsibilities in the care for elderly.
4(2018), 1, Seite 153-178 [2018] "My Way" Charles Taylor on identity and recognition in a secular democracy
4(2018), 1, Seite 179-198 [2018] Is it ethical for a Christian to treat depression with anti-depressants?
4(2018), 1, Seite 199-214 [2018] A pneumatological approach to transformational development Implication for the church
4(2018), 1, Seite 215-245 [2018] Christianising Edgar Chagwa Lungu The Christian nation, social media presidential photography and 2016 election campaign
4(2018), 1, Seite 247-266 [2018] The impact of the Vuwani protests on teaching and learning Practical theological reflection
4(2018), 1, Seite 267-296 [2018] In praise of strangeness. Exploring the hermeneutical potential of an unlikely source
4(2018), 1, Seite 297-319 [2018] Geloofsonderskeiding in die Oostelike Sinode van die NG Kerk tydens die besluitnemingsprosesse oor die wysiging van Artikel 1 van die Kerkorde
4(2018), 1, Seite 321-346 [2018] Always reforming? Nurturing a church for human rights in South Africa
4(2018), 1, Seite 347-366 [2018] Marital fidelity and chastity The missing ethology in Charismatic pastoral leadership
4(2018), 1, Seite 367-386 [2018] Reading Primo Levi on "hybridity" in the context of South Africa Moving towards humanizing descriptions of the other
4(2018), 1, Seite 387-409 [2018] "Oorwin die kwaad deur die goeie" Romeine 12:21 deur die bril van 'n historikus
4(2018), 1, Seite 411-432 [2018] Die NG Kerk se profetiese stem teenoor die Suid-Afrikaanse owerheid in die dekade na 1994 - vanuit kerklike perspektief en op kerklike wyse
4(2018), 1, Seite 433-449 [2018] Discrimination? Protestantism and Jewish Christians in the State of Israel
4(2018), 1, Seite 451-472 [2018] Hemelvaart en geloofsvorming in die skoolkonteks 'n Ritueel-liturgiese verkenning
4(2018), 1, Seite 473-502 [2018] Theological resources for building resilience to gangster identity formations. A study of the Cape Flats
4(2018), 1, Seite 503-525 [2018] The challenge of hierarchical church polity in the Presbyterian Church in Malawi A case of the CCAP Blantyre Synod
4(2018), 1, Seite 527-541 [2018] Geloof sonder sekerhede Perspektiewe op die gesprek met Ernst Conradie
4(2018), 1, Seite 543-545 [2018] Luther on Jews and Judaism. A review of his "Judenschriften"
4(2018), 1, Seite 543-545 [2018] The End is not yet Standing firm in apocalyptic times
4(2018), 2, Seite 15-32 [2018] The power of place Trauma recovery and memorialization
4(2018), 2, Seite 33-54 [2018] Difficult tolerance A Ricoeurian account and some practical theological reflections
4(2018), 2, Seite 55-75 [2018] In limine primo The difficulty of reality in Paul Ricoeur and JM Coetzee
4(2018), 2, Seite 77-94 [2018] Translation and a politics of forgiveness in South Africa? What black Christians believe, and white Christians do not seem to understand
4(2018), 2, Seite 95-114 [2018] Still searching for the pineal gland? Reading the Ricoeur-Changeux debate in terms of Meillassoux's critique of correlationism
4(2018), 2, Seite 115-134 [2018] Ricoeur in South Africa. Some remarks on his impact beyond philosophy
4(2018), 2, Seite 135-149 [2018] Speaking from above and below - The Gospel of John as metaphorical and narrative reference to a distant reality
4(2018), 2, Seite 151-166 [2018] Paul Ricoeur Philosophy, theology and happiness
4(2018), 2, Seite 169-196 [2018] Prophecy and the prophetic as aspects of Paul's theology
4(2018), 2, Seite 197-222 [2018] The God of glory Explicit references to God in discourses in the Acts of the Apostles (7:2-53; 14:15-18; 17:22-31)
4(2018), 2, Seite 223-241 [2018] When God alters our fate Relational freedom in Romans 5:1-11 and 8:18-39
4(2018), 2, Seite 243-263 [2018] The anthropological function of the outcry "When God searches my heart" in Psalm 139:1 and 23 and its later use in Romans 8:27
4(2018), 2, Seite 265-281 [2018] God in Galatians - Tendencies in the study of an important theme
4(2018), 2, Seite 283-302 [2018] He was with God and was God?
4(2018), 2, Seite 303-333 [2018] God in Systematic Theology after Barth Trends and perspectives
4(2018), 2, Seite 335-358 [2018] Deuteronomic tithe laws and their humanitarian implications for Africa
4(2018), 2, Seite 359-378 [2018] Liturgie as ontmoetingsruimte waar Christelike identiteit en lewenswyse gevorm word
4(2018), 2, Seite 379-399 [2018] Etiese prediking in post-apartheid Suid-Afrika? Enkele homiletiese oorwegings
4(2018), 2, Seite 401-419 [2018] 'n Teologies-pastorale ondersoek na die sosio-ekonomiese situasie van die bruin welsynpensioenarisse in die Redeemed African Metodiste Kerk
4(2018), 2, Seite 421-440 [2018] "Poverty and privilege" Re-hearing sermons of Beyers Naudé on religion and justice
4(2018), 2, Seite 441-470 [2018] Heinrich Bullinger se leer oor verbond en uitverkiesing as antwoord op die TULIP-problematiek
4(2018), 2, Seite 471-504 [2018] Interior intimo meo Rowan Williams on the Self
4(2018), 2, Seite 505-520 [2018] Allan Boesak, Black Theology and Apartheid A theological-historical approach
4(2018), 2, Seite 521-551 [2018] A practical theology of bereavement care Re-ritualization within a paradigm of "comforting presence"
4(2018), 2, Seite 553-578 [2018] Perichoretic interaction within the Trinity as a paradigm for fostering unity in the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) in Malawi
4(2018), 2, Seite 579-594 [2018] Creation made into ḥokhmah The eco-theological appraisal of the intrinsic worth of nature in Proverbs 3:19-20
4(2018), 2, Seite 595-613 [2018] Crossing boundaries Social-scientific reading of the faith of a Canaanite woman (Mt 15:21-28)
4(2018), 2, Seite 615-632 [2018] Being human in the shadow of racism
4(2018), 2, Seite 633-654 [2018] Church breakaways as a prototype of commercialisation and commodification of religion in the Pentecostal Church Movement in South Africa considering curricula offerings for pastors
4(2018), 2, Seite 655-682 [2018] Conflict theory in the inculturation of the Gospel in the Nso' of Cameroon
4(2018), 2, Seite 683-702 [2018] Th e Leibholz-Schmitt connection's formative influence on Bonhoeffer's 1932-33 entry into public theology
4(2018), 2, Seite 703-725 [2018] "Hope for even the most wretched"? On remembering the Reformation
4(2018), 2, Seite 727-752 [2018] "Fiat Lux." Navigating chaos through Sensing Leadership
4(2018), 2, Seite 753-774 [2018] Re-appreciating the significance of historical perspectives and practices on reformed pastoral theology and care today
4(2018), 2, Seite 777-797 [2018] The phenomenon of philosophy in Afrikaans On Pieter Duvenage's Afrikaanse filosofie: Perspektiewe en dialoë
5(2019), 2, Seite 13-28 [2019] Art as sacrament
5(2019), 2, Seite 29-50 [2019] The (beauty of the) foolishness of God
5(2019), 2, Seite 51-64 [2019] Inter Alia Johan Cilliers and the homiletical imagination
5(2019), 2, Seite 65-80 [2019] Thunder and lightning without rain The case of popular African preachers
5(2019), 2, Seite 81-94 [2019] Revisiting the social and religious value of humour
5(2019), 2, Seite 95-114 [2019] The beauty of folly Preaching Daniel 1:1-21 in a context of corruption
5(2019), 2, Seite 115-138 [2019] … which surpasses all understanding (Phil 4:7) On the foolishness and beauty of celebrating worship in the dialectics of word and cult
5(2019), 2, Seite 139-154 [2019] Worship as transformational object Aesthetic experience and the "unthought known"
5(2019), 2, Seite 139-154 [2019] Worship as transformational object Aesthetic experience and the "unthought known"
5(2019), 2, Seite 155-174 [2019] Worship as "protest" Johan Cilliers as a Public Theologian?
5(2019), 2, Seite 175-192 [2019] Images Preaching - The Significance of Aesthetic Experiences with Artworks for the Art of Preaching
5(2019), 2, Seite 193-212 [2019] Beauty appears in sadness, misery and folly an ethical perspective
5(2019), 2, Seite 213-234 [2019] Op soek na diepgang in prediking Die bydrae van die literêre geskiedenis van die Bybel
5(2019), 2, Seite 235-258 [2019] "What you eat, I eat and what you live on, I live on" The beauty of the functioning of remembrance and the folly of preaching
5(2019), 2, Seite 259-288 [2019] After Johan Cilliers On the strange beauty of serving the Word?
5(2019), 2, Seite 289-306 [2019] Preaching as "Commercialised Pavement Spirituality" Towards a Streetwise Ecclesiology of "Spaza Faith" (mens-kerk)
5(2019), 2, Seite 307-324 [2019] Lament in the aesthetic
5(2019), 2, Seite 325-346 [2019] The art of preaching The Folly of Beauty and the Beauty of Reality
5(2019), 2, Seite 347-368 [2019] The duty to create un beau vivant
5(2019), 2, Seite 369-390 [2019] The naked liturgist - Church without a building for people without a house
5(2019), 2, Seite 391-404 [2019] The folly of preaching the cruciform God
5(2019), 2, Seite 405-424 [2019] Wanneer is prediking goed?
5(2019), 2, Seite 425-436 [2019] Efukwini Sacredness and the aesthetics of birth amongst amaXhosa. A pastoral care perspective
5(2019), 2, Seite 437-454 [2019] Preaching (as) atonement
5(2019), 2, Seite 455-472 [2019] Apostolic folly Pauline foolishness discourse in socio-historical context
5(2019), 2, Seite 473-488 [2019] The voice of the congregation - a significant voice to listen to
5(2019), 2, Seite 489-506 [2019] Living with divine discomfort The beauty of a life of folly
5(2019), 2, Seite 507-524 [2019] Tweeting God picturing the sacred in everyday life
5(2019), 2, Seite 523-544 [2019] Sewe heerlike homiletiese doodsondes Sondige insigte uit die kreatiewe skryfkuns en (Afrikaanse) letterkunde
5(2019), 3, Seite 13–58 [2019] Is Christian humanism what is needed in the Age of the Anthropocene?
5(2019), 3, Seite 13–40 [2019] “The message to the people of South Africa” in contemporary context The question of Palestine and the challenge to the church
5(2019), 3, Seite 59–76 [2019] How can Europeans enter the Kingdom of Heaven? A decolonial challenge to Western European political and public theologies in an age of migration
5(2019), 3, Seite 77–97 [2019] A politics of forgiveness? Engaging the ontological and the structural in the dialogical theology of John de Gruchy
5(2019), 3, Seite 99–120 [2019] Teaching being human in global comparison
5(2019), 3, Seite 121–144 [2019] Writing the Kingdom of God in South Africa
5(2019), 3, Seite 145–164 [2019] In search of the grain Israel, the Palestinians, South Africa and Germany
5(2019), 3, Seite 165–182 [2019] Moral Majority redivivus Assertive religious politics and the threat to religious freedom and citizenship in Malawi
5(2019), 3, Seite 183–200 [2019] “Not peace but a sword” (Mt 10:34) Recognising resilience but struggling for resistance
5(2019), 3, Seite 203-228 [2019] Ubuntu as human flourishing? An African traditional religious analysis of ubuntu and its challenge to Christian anthropology
5(2019), 3, Seite 229–244 [2019] Abusa Chimwala’s exorcism Demons, Barth, and the Church of Central Africa (Presbyterian)
5(2019), 3, Seite 245–263 [2019] Karl Barth’s interpretation of Scripture from the perspective of a possible “second naivety”
5(2019), 3, Seite 265–280 [2019] Solidarity and the incarnation A dialogue with Denise Ackermann and Allan Boesak
5(2019), 3, Seite 281–305 [2019] The significance of the LIFEPLAN® Training and Equipping Programme on the spiritual and general well-being of farmworkers in the Christiana district in South Africa A quantitative study
5(2019), 3, Seite 307–328 [2019] Steve de Gruchy’s theology and development model Any dialogue with the African theology of reconstruction?
5(2019), 3, Seite 329–357 [2019] God within migration processes in the contemporary global world An intervention proposition from theological hermeneutics for integrated migrant ministry
5(2019), 3, Seite 359–378 [2019] Is there any hope for church unity? Some perspectives on the causes of the Reformed Churches split since the Reformation and its impact on church unity discussions today
5(2019), 3, Seite 379–398 [2019] Is Yahweh a divine Delilah An intertextual reading of 1 Kings 22 in light of Jeremiah 20 and Judges 16
5(2019), 3, Seite 399–419 [2019] Reading hegemonic masculinities in 2 Samuel 11 in the South African contexts
5(2019), 3, Seite 421–442 [2019] Contribution of John S Mbiti to the study of African religions and African theology and philosophy
5(2019), 3, Seite 443–471 [2019] Border-crossing and the Samaritan Traveler The crossing of borders in the parable of the “Good Samaritan” (Lk 10:25–37)
5(2019), 3, Seite 473–494 [2019] The impact of gentrification on the refugee community Interfacing practical theology and human geography
5(2019), 3, Seite 495–513 [2019] Buite die grense van die bekende Kruiskulturele ervarings onder ’n ewekansige steekproef predikante in die NG Kerk
5(2019), 3, Seite 515–540 [2019] Pentecostals, LGBTIQ+ people and the Bible An alternative Pentecostal hermeneutical perspective
5(2019), 3, Seite 541–559 [2019] The two similar but different motivations “you were a slave in Egypt” and “you were the גר in Egypt”
5(2019), 3, Seite 561-576 [2019] Digitalisation and the church – A corporeal understanding of church and the influence of technology
5(2019), 3, Seite 577–594 [2019] Ampsherstel as ’n bedienaar van die Woord – ’n Gereformeerd-kerkregtelike benadering
5(2019), 3, Seite 595–619 [2019] John Calvin on God’s calling Service in the church and the world
5(2019), 3, Seite 621–642 [2019] Led through grief – Old Testament responses to crisis
5(2019), 3, Seite 643-645 [2019] Jesus according to the New Testament.
5(2019), 3, Seite 646-653 [2019] Beyond the Problem of evil.
5(2019), 3, Seite 654-656 [2019] Splendors of Godly Love.