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Reversing the biblical tide: what Kuruman teaches London about mission in a post-colonial era.
(University of the Free State., 2011)
Through a case study focusing on the shift from the London Missionary Society (LMS) to the Council for World Mission (CWM) this essay argues that there is a hermeneutical circle between the Bible and mission. A particular ...
The beginning of African biblical interpretation: The bible among the Batlhaping.
(University of the Free State., 2009)
Prior to the translation of the Bible in Africa, Africans were already engaging with the Bible, initially as an iconic object of power and then as an aural object. In the first section of this article I attempt to detect ...
The mobile global subject: mobility and transnationalising Hinduism.
(University of KwaZulu-Natal., 2008)
The contemporary global condition is one of heightened movement that positions us in various contexts, in varying degree, as mobile, global subjects; as migrants, as tourists, and as transnational workers. While transnationalism, ...
Queering women: disembedding the maternal script from woman and earth.
(University of Cape Town, 2011-02-20)
The paper is positioned inside the theistic tradition of Hinduism and approaches ‘body’ in the form of the Earth body and Woman body as masculine constructions in the sense that control is exercised over both these ‘bodies’. ...
Belief and bereavement: the notion of “Attachment” and the grief work hypothesis.
(University of Cape Town, 2014)
Death and bereavement are both unavoidable points along the imaginary of life, as we navigate lives that are punctuated by a seeming infi nite number of events, including the eventuality of death. For some individuals, ...
The church and health : an examination of the contribution of local churches to health and wellbeing in Ndola, Zambia.
Abstract available in PDF file.