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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


Vol 73, No 4 (2017)

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Articles

Practical theology ‘[re]entering vernacular culture?’ New frontiers and challenges to doing theology as life goes on EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hans J. Hendriks
The universal imperial power of the Christian Text and yet the vulnerability of its message EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Johann-Albrecht Meylahn
Ekhaya: Human displacement and the yearning for familial homecoming. From Throne (Cathedra) to Home (Oikos) in a grassroots ecclesiology of place and space: Fides Quaerens Domum et Locum [Faith Seeking Home and Space] EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Daniel J. Louw
Healing as transformation and restoration: A ritual-liturgical exploration EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hilton Scott, Casparus J. Wepener 1-9
Adolescent spirituality with the support of adults EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anastasia Apostolides 1-6
God as burden: A theological reflection on art, death and God in the work of Joost Zwagerman EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rein Brouwer 1-7
Puzzling the Jesus of the Parables: A response to Ruben Zimmermann EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Llewellyn Howes 1-9
Faith and reality: The role and contributions of the ecumenical church to the realities and development of South Africa since the advent of democracy in 1994 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jerry Pillay 1-7
Holiness in Victorian and Edwardian England: Some ecclesial patterns and theological requisitions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jason A. Goroncy 1-10
Beyond revenge?: Responsible Bible reading practices in a Traumatized Land EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Juliana M. Claassens 1-8
The Filling Station as a Fresh Expression of church for consideration in the local congregational context: A practical-theological investigation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ian A. Nell, Susan Mellows 1-7
Learning relationships: Church of England curates and training incumbents applying the SIFT approach to the Road to Emmaus EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Leslie J. Francis, Greg Smith 1-11
The riverbank, the seashore and the wilderness: Miriam, liberation and prophetic witness against empire EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Allan A. Boesak 1-15
The labyrinth as a symbol of life: A journey with God and chronic pain EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lishje Els 1-11
Researching non-formal religious education: The example of the European study on confirmation work EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Friedrich Schweitzer 1-8
Theologia and the ideologia of language, nation and gender – Gateway to the future from a deconstructed past EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Andries G. van Aarde 1-8
Insiders and outsiders and a hermeneutic of resonance EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Glenna S. Jackson 1-7


ISSN: 0259-9422
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