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Tambach remixed: “Christians in South African society”

B.B. (Tumi) Senokoane, J.N.J. Kritzinger
HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies | Vol 63, No 4 | a256 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/hts.v63i4.256 | © 2007 B.B. (Tumi) Senokoane, J.N.J. Kritzinger | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 07 May 2007 | Published: 07 May 2007

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B.B. (Tumi) Senokoane, University of South Africa, South Africa
J.N.J. Kritzinger, University of South Africa, South Africa

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This article flows from the previous one, which analysed Karl Barth’s Tambach lecture in its original German context. It uses the musical metaphor of “remixing” to describe the recontextualising of Barth’s Tambach approach in contemporary South African society. After recontextualising the theological foundations of the Tambach lecture, Barth’s three viewpoints (regnum naturae, regnum gratiae, regnum gloriae) are recontextualised for South Africa, addressing the issue of poverty as an example.


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