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  • Vosloo, Robert (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    The complex interrelated histories of the family of churches within the Dutch Reformed Church pose serious historiographical questions. At the heart lies the methodological question of the representation of the past. ...
  • De Villiers, Pieter (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    This article investigates the contrasting and often conflicting perspectives in the past and the present on the writings of Spinoza, specifically regarding his theological and biblical research. In the next section it ...
  • Duncan, Graham (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    Riane Eisler’s cultural transformation theory challenges traditional approaches to historical interpretation. Her theory posits the view that history is the result of the interaction of two evolutionary trends. Firstly, ...
  • Gathogo, Julius (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    The article sets out to explore the problem statement: “How significant is storytelling as one of the methodologies for developing a theology of reconstruction in post-Cold War Africa?” It is based on the premise that, ...
  • Coertzen, Pieter (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    In this article on a methodology for church history I would like to express some thoughts on the following questions: (a) What do we mean when we speak of methodology, in this case a methodology for church history? (b) ...
  • Oliver, Erna (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    The traditional way of writing Afrikaner church history seems outdated. It tends to be biased, holy, apologetic, imperialistic, sectarian and schismatic; and does not serve the community and the church in the current ...
  • Mbaya, Henry (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2007)
    In this article I outline the development of the training of African clergy during the course of the history of the Anglican Church in the Nyasaland Diocese. The period under review is 1861 to the 1920s. From 1864 up ...

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