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The University of Western Cape Project on Ecclesiology and Ethics
(John Wiley & Sons, 2015)
In its simplest terms, the tension between ecclesiology and ethics is between what the church is and what it does, between what it is supposed to be and what it is supposed to do, between what it believes about itself ...
Twelve theses on the place of Christian theology in multi-disciplinary conversations
I dare to offer the following reflections on the place of Christian theology in multi-disciplinary conversations in order to invite further reflection.
Geloof sonder sekerhede? In gesprek met Anton van Niekerk
In this review article of Anton A van Niekerk's recent book Geloof sonder Sekerhede: Hoe kan ek nog glo? (Faith without certainties: How can I still believe?) (2014, Kaapstad: Lux Verbi. ISBN: 9780796318992), three ...
Eat and/or be eaten: The evolutionary roots of violence?
This contribution raises the question about where things have gone wrong in evolutionary history. In classic Christian discourse it is typically assumed that the primary problem is human sin, while the problem of natural ...
Ecumenical perspectives on pentecostal pneumatology
This contribution responds to the unbearable but undeniable tension between the ecumenical movement and the Pentecostal movement by exploring the doctrinal differences in this regard. More specifically, the aim is to ...