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HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies

As an academic journal HTS disseminates the results of the theological research of national and international scholars. It has a wide multi-disciplinary scope and supports theologians, philosophers, scholars, ministers of religion and specialists in religious, social and economically related subjects by providing them with research results. The journal covers theology in it broadest sense and therefore publishes articles linked with a variety of other study fields, has a multi-disciplinary, multi-church, inter-faith, and multi-religious focus and scope. Articles cover, among others, aspects of religious studies, philosophy, ancient Semitic and classical languages, sociology and ethics. HTS Teologiese Studies /Theological Studies is committed to the capacity building of young scholars.

Other websites related to this journal: www.hts.org.za


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Vol 70, No 3 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The practical guidelines on the impact of mahadi [bride price] on the young Basotho couples prior to marriage EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DK Semenya
Four-dimensional conversion for spiritual leadership development: A missiological approach for African churches EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Mwambazambi, AK Banza
A clash of gods – Conceptualising space in Daniel 1 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JJ de Bruyn
On the role of Susanna in Susanna: A Greimassian contribution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DM Kanonge, PJ Jordaan
Towards understanding (religious) (in)tolerance in education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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FJ Potgieter, JL van der Walt, CC Wolhuter
Prayer Book Catechism: Past its sell-by date? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Potgieter
The kingdom of God: Utopian or existential? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GJ Malan
The effect of misapplied religious practices in some alternative religious groups EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SP Pretorius


HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies.   ISSN: 0259-9422