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Original Research - Special Collection: The Reformation, Transformation and Change Agency

 
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Vol 73, No 3 (2017) From conciliar ecumenism to transformative receptive ecumenism Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Mary-Anne Plaatjies van Huffel
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) Five hundred years on: Some traces of the Reformation in the Church Orders of two South African Reformed Churches – Seen as temporary expressions of the Church Order of the Reformed Synod of Dordrecht in 1619 Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Piet Strauss
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) Religious experience in the current theological discussion and in the church pew Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
David Biernot, Christoffel Lombaard
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) John Knox and education Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Graham A. Duncan
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) Toward justice and social transformation? Appealing to the tradition against the tradition Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Piet J. Naude
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) An African Reformation Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Erna Oliver, Willem H. Oliver
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) The church as a transformation and change agent Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Jerry Pillay
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) Can Christians really make a difference? A response to the call for change to make the world a better place Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Erna Oliver, Vusi Tshabele, Floris Baartman, Alfred Masooa, Lorna Laister
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) ‘By faith alone’ (undivided loyalty) in light of change agency theory: Jesus, Paul and the Jesus-group in Colossae Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Andries G. van Aarde
 
Vol 73, No 3 (2017) Exploring the role of the church as a ‘reformation agency’ in enhancing a socially transformative agenda in South Africa Abstract   HTML   EPUB   XML   PDF
Micheal M. van Wyk
 
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