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Confessing guilt in the context of climate change: Some South African perspectives
(Stellenbosch University, 2010)
This contribution explores the significance but also the immense complexities of Christian discourse on confessing guilt within the context of climate change. It draws especially on South African discourse on confessing ...
Notions and forms of ecumenicity: some South African perspectives
(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 ...
Ecology and structural violence: The South African reception of Lutheran voices from North America
(Stellenbosch University, 2014)
Th is review essay offers an assessment of two recent monographs by Larry Rasmussen and Cynthia Moe-Lobeda in the field of ecotheology. It focuses on the category of moral vision that both authors employ. It shows how ...