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  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2008)
    This essay is an abbreviated version of an inaugural lecture, read on 24 October 2007 at the University of the Western Cape. It investigates the role of cosmological narratives that help people to understand where they ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (University of Kwazulu-Natal School of Theology, 2000)
    On the background of the current sense of despair concerning the environmental crisis, this article follows the basic intuition that a Christian environmental praxis can only be empowered on the basis of an adequate ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2008)
    This essay reconstructs the way in which Douglas John Hall tells the story of God's work. The argument of this essay is that Hall's entire theology could be described as an exposition of the famous formula in John 3:16, ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2008)
    This essay reconstructs the way in which Jürgen Moltmann tells the story of God’s work. This is done on the basis of a review essay by Douglas Farrow who identifies a neo-Platonic structure in Moltmann’s systematic ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    This contribution observes a Trinitarian logic in the theme of 'Land, Liturgy and Life' addressed at the 2013 annual meeting of the Theological Society of South Africa. The Trinitarian mystery needs to be protected with ...
  • Adu-Gyamfi, Yaw (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    The live goat ritual in Leviticus 16 has, for many decades, attracted debate in biblical scholarship. However, the main focus has often been on the identity of Azazel. This article examines some aspects of the live goat ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005)
    This essay builds on the conference on “Mission in the 21th century: New models and strategies in a world of diversity” held in Livingstone, Zambia from 25 March to 1 April 2004. It offers some background to the tension ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2011)
    This contribution explores John Calvin's position on natural theology. The point of departure is not so much the much discussed notions of a sensus divinitatis or of the semen religionis, but the role played by the human ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (SUN Press, 2013)
    This contribution addresses the abstract question of how the adjective “ecumenical” may be understood. What notions and forms of ecumenicity may be identified? There may be no single authoritative definition, but one may ...
  • Lawrie, Douglas G. (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    The wisdom writings of the Old Testament may be regarded as largely a repository of ‘old ideas’ that were preserved across cultures and ages because they generally served human life. To study the material from this angle, ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    This contribution offers reflection on two of Dirkie Smit's conversation partners, namely Herman Bavinck and Karl Barth. It notes that both are deeply Trinitarian theologians, but also that such a Trinitarian approach has ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    The argument of this contribution, departing from a famous article by Arnold van Ruler, is that a fully Trinitarian theology requires attention to God's work and not only God's identity and character. The three relationships ...
  • Adu-Gyamfi, Yaw (Old Testament Society of SA, 2013)
    Have you ever jumped to a conclusion before hearing both sides of a story? Have you ever failed to give someone the benefit of the doubt, even though they had never wronged you? "There Are Two Sides to Every Story." Joshua ...
  • Lawrie, Douglas G. (Stellenbosch University, 2013)
    The article examines an article that Dirk Smit wrote about rhetoric and theology against the background of other of his articles, particularly about the Confession of Belhar. It argues that Smit’s article is “judiciously ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (Pretoria University, 2013)
    As the title indicates, this contribution explores a semiotic notion of transcendence. It is argued that experiences of transcendence are quite common and that notions of transcendence are highly significant since they ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (University of Kwazulu-Natal School of Theology, 2005)
    This essay defends the significance of the Christian doctrine of sin with reference to the many contemporary manifestations of evil, including the problems of environmental devastation, environmental injustuce and rampant ...
  • Conradie, Ernst (John Wiley & Sons, 2015)
    The need for an adequate theology of creation is typically taken for granted given the familiarity of the theme in terms of the Christian confession. However, at times there has been a dangerous neglect of creation theology ...

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