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Acta Theologica

Acta Theologica is an accredited South African journal publishing independently refereed research articles on religion and theology. The Editorial Board will consider articles in English, Afrikaans, German and Dutch, written from any responsible point of view on subjects in any applicable field of scholarship. Before publication all contributions are refereed anonymously by at least two other scholars who are recognised as experts in the particular subject area.

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Supplementum 19

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Articles

What happened to the Galatian Christians? Paul’s legacy In southern Galatia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Breytenbach 1-17
Identity-formation and alterity in John Chrysostom’s in Epistulam Ad Galatas commentarius EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CL de Wet 18-41
The reception of Galatians 2:20 in the patristic period and in the reformation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A van de Beek 42-57
The linguistic, conceptual, and pragmatic challenges of communicating Galatians 3:1 14 in Chewa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E Wendland 58-80
Identity claims, texts, Rome and Galatians EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Punt 81-104
Tendencies in the interpretation of Galatians 3:28 since 1990 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DF Tolmie 105-129
The relation between freedom, love, spirit and flesh in Galatians 5:13 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PG Kirchschlaeger 130-142
Transformation in love in Paul’s letter to the Galatians EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PGR de Villiers 143-163
About Galatians, apocalyptic and the switching of paradigms EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GMH Loubser 164-185


Acta Theologica.   ISSN: 1015-8757