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Research Articles (Biblical and Ancient studies)

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Research Articles (Biblical and Ancient studies)

 

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  • Gous, Ignatius G.P. (Journal of Semitics, 2010)
    Biblical scholars often live in a kind of in-between world, where they are seen as either too scientific for the faith community, or not scientific enough for the world of science. They gain wonderful insights, but have ...
  • Gous, Ignatius G.P.; Roberts, Jennifer (Old Testament Essays, 2012)
    Does the curriculum content of Biblical Archaeology as being taught at the University of South Africa (UNISA) develop the skills necessary for, and expected by the students and the market place? What motivates students ...
  • Gous, Ignatius G.P.; Roberts, Jennifer (Journal of Semitics, 2010)
    The starting point for this research is an exploration of who and what the “New Tourist” is. Traditional “Old Tourism” is usually associated with massed packaged holidays, typically described with the four S’s – Sun,Sea, ...
  • Gous, Ignatius G.P. (Old Testament Essays, 2005)
    Why do we study the Old Testament? Why do we read and analyse Old Testament poems? Does our work make a difference? Does it need to make a difference, and if so, what kind of difference? A recent trend in Psychology ...
  • Gous, Ignatius G.P. (Old Testament Essays, 2004)
    This article theorises about the need for rituals in primitive as well as modern societies. From the ongoing resurgence of interest in rituals, the author concludes that the human race is and always will be homo ritualensis. ...