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Science, Engineering and Technology

Bothalia – African Biodiversity and Conservation Jamba: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies Journal of Medicinal Plants for Economic Development Koedoe – African Protected Area Conservation and Science Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Natuurwetenskap en Tegnologie VIEW THE AVAILABLE eCPD COURSES HERE

Economic and Management Sciences

Acta Commercii Africa’s Public Service Delivery and Performance Review (APSDPR) African Evaluation Journal Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management SA Journal of Human Resource Management SA Journal of Industrial Psychology SAJESBM - The Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences South African Journal of Information Management

Humanities and Social Sciences

Literator Pythagoras Reading and Writing South African Journal of Childhood Education Td - The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa Transformation in Higher Education

Theological and Religious Studies

HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies In die skriflig/In Luce Verbi Verbum et Ecclesia

Health and Veterinary Sciences

African Journal of Disability African Journal of Laboratory Medicine African Journal of Primary Healthcare and Family Medicine African Vision and Eye Health Curationis Journal of Insulin Resistance Journal of the South African Veterinary Association Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research SA Journal of Oncology SA Journal of Radiology South African Journal of Communication Disorders South African Journal of Physiotherapy South African Journal of Psychiatry Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine VIEW THE HEALTH eCPD COURSES HERE

Economic and Management Sciences

Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Business and Finance

Theological and Religious Studies

Christelike etiek in ‘n sekulariserende samelewing

Outeur: J.M Vorster
Monograaf, Oop Toegang
Christelike etiek in n sekulariserende samelewing’ genereer gesaghebbende, ten volle bewese en goed beredeneerde behandeling van christelike etiek, n vername onderwerp wat van kardinale belang vir die mense van Suid-Afrika is. Dit dissemineer oorspronklike navorsing, bevorder samewerking van kundiges en genereer nuwe ontwikkelings binne die spesifieke veld van die Gereformeerde teologie en Christelike etiek. Die teikenmark is spesialiste op die gebied van Sistematiese Teologie en kontekstuele bediening.

Corruption in South Africa’s liberal democratic context: Equipping Christian leaders and communities for their role in countering corruption

Honderd Jaar Kerk en Teologiese Opleiding: ‘n Kroniek van die Hervormde Kerk

Outeur: Prof. Dr J.P Oberholzer
Versamelde Werke, Oop Toegang
n Oorsig van die honderd jaar waarin die Kuratorium vir die Teologiese Opleiding van die Nerderduitsch Hervormende Kerk van Afrika sy opgelegde taak probeer uitvoer het.  n Bepaalde minimum literatuur moes in ag geneem word oor die tydperk 1909-2009. Dit behels onder andere die notules en dokumente van die Kuratoriumm, die Kommissie van die Algemene Kerkvergadering, asook kerklike en universitere tydskrifte.

Judging Q and saving Jesus: Q’s contribution to the wisdom-apocalypticism debate in historical Jesus studies

Author: Llewellyn Howes
 

The monograph Judging Q and saving Jesus is characterised by careful textual analysis, showing a piercing critical eye in its impressive engagement with the secondary literature, and sharp and insightful critique. The target audience are specialists in the field of research on the Sayings Source Q (the hypothetical source of certain sayings of Jesus common to Matthew and Luke), historical Jesus, and early Christian theology. The book takes the stance that the hypothetical document Q can be reconstructed with sufficient precision and that this enables biblical scholars to study with confidence its genre and its thematic and ideological profile. The genre issue is central to the book overall structure and the alternative proposals are discussed at length and with sophistication. The author’s inference is that Q’s macrogenre is sapiential with occasional insertions of apocalyptic microstructures and motifs. This finding embodies progress in Historical Jesus studies. An opposing trend has been to label Jesus an apocalypticist, so that the great ‘either-or’ of contemporary Jesus scholarship has been ‘either eschatological or not’, an alternative that dates back to Albert Schweitzer.

The author finds that generally, and even when used apocalyptically, the term Son of Man tends to support arguments best understood as sapiential in outlook. This is consistent with the sapiential genre of the document as a whole. This finding is supported by the close and careful exegesis of Q 6:37−38 (on not judging). He reconstructs the original wording of this saying ‘on not judging’ and explores the idea of ‘weighing’ in judgment (psychostasia), determining in the end that the saying is entirely sapiential.

Praktiese ekklesiologie – Kerkwees in die 21ste eeu

The legacies of Albert Schweitzer reconsidered

Theologies of Childhood and the Children of Africa

Welcoming Africa’s children – Theological and ministry perspectives

Humanities and Social Sciences

A scholarly contribution to educational praxis

Critical Management Studies in the South African context

Information technology project managers’ competencies: An analysis of performance and personal competencies

Self-directed learning research: An imperative for transforming the educational landscape

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