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  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2009)
    For the past three-and-a-half centuries, Christian women in South Africa have chosen for pietistic expressions of their faith, even when their teachers or husbands were committed to dogmatic Calvinism. This article ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2006)
    In 1906, at Derdepoort (Botswana), a twelve year old Tswana girl, Christinah, experienced the first of a series of divine visions that eventually led to the founding of a powerful African independent church. This article ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-12)
    In huidige akademiese gesprekke word met “emporium” (“empire”) verwys na die eenvormigheid wat deur groot rolspelers globaal op alle fasette van menswees afgedruk word volgens waardes wat deur hulle neergelê word. Die ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2006)
    At the beginning of the 5th century, Jerome sent a letter to Laeta, the daughter of his co-ascetic Paula, on how to raise a female child. Jerome, in short, views disembodiment as redemption, and therefore also as ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2008)
    Missionary work came late to the eastern Lowveld, and specifically to the areas today known as Hoedspruit, Acornhoek and Bushbuckridge. The twentieth century saw the Swiss (Evangelical Presbyterian Church) and the Germans ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2008)
    Churches in South Africa have a history of gender injustice, that is, of not being accountable to women believers. This article presents stories of women testifying to the effects of unjust gender discourses on their ...
  • Modise, Leepo; Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2009)
    This article consists of three parts. Firstly, the history of Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) in the South African workplace is traced briefly, and historical reference is made to the involvement, or lack thereof, ...
  • Landman, Christina; Willem, Luyt; Du Preez, Nicolien (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2006)
    The theologian is the voice of the voiceless, including the voiceless in prison. In the first part of this article the history of prison inspection as an outcome of the human rights movement is traced both nationally ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2005)
    Dutch-Afrikaans women in South Africa have inherited the worst and the best from Dutch piety. On the negative side they have become heir to the guilt-ridden, self-humiliating piety of the Dutch pietists from the seventeenth ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2012-12)
    Lindiwe Myeza walks with stories. These include stories about working hand in hand with the great Afrikaner anti-apartheid activist Beyers Naudé and caring spiritually and practically for the youth after the Sharpeville ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    Mercy Amba Oduyoye (1933-) is Africa’s first and foremost woman theologian. While her life reads like a story, Oduyoye’s theology itself can best be described as a theology of stories that have changed worldviews on ...
  • Landman, Christina (Research Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-06)
  • Landman, Christina (Reseach Institute for Theology and Religion, 2013-06)
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2010)
    In this article the oral historian as a co-constructor of stories is explored, and the oral construction of stories towards healing is described in three South African contexts . The first of these roles to be described ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2013-08)
    For the 100 co-researchers in Dullstroom-Emnotweni who participate in a project called “Women’s space in the church”, the relationship between men and women of faith is one of political correctness. However, at home the ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2010)
    This article traces the public career of Simon Maimela (1944–) during the 15 years between 1980, when he was appointed as the first black lecturer in the Faculty of Theology at the University of South Africa, and 1996, ...
  • Flaendorp, Charles; Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    For 200 years the spirituality of the coloured people of Suurbraak was formed through an identity of marginalisation – a marginalisation that impacted on their lives on the political, economic and social levels. In this ...
  • Landman, Christina (Research Institute for Theology and Religion, 2009)
  • Plaatjies, Mary-Ann; Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2005)
    This article presents poststructural systematic theological research on women in the theological anthropology of the Afrikaans reformed tradition between 1924 and 2002. The central aim is to demonstrate, against the ...
  • Landman, Christina (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011)
    The prison diary ascribed to Vibia Perpetua, who presumably died a martyr’s death in Carthage in 203, contains the tenets of an early North African Christian identity. The article investigates this identity as the formation ...

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