Register for the SATS Webinar

SATS is presenting a webinar entitled “Pentacostalisation and faith in the Global South” from 13-14 June 2018. The webinar will consist of 12 lectures over 2 days, featuring plenary addresses by Drs Craig S. Keener (Asbury Theological Seminary), Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu (Harvard University) and Marius Nel (North West University).

Email Marilyn Schott on [email protected] to register. Please remember to state your name, country of residence, and institutional affiliation when you do register.

My Finances now on MySats

Students can now see their financial transaction history on MySats, using the new “My Finances” feature. Click on your name in the top right corner of the MySats page, and see the new feature listed, beneath “My Curriculum”.

Conspectus Volume 25

The new edition of Conspectus, the scholarly journal of the South African Theological Seminary, is now out.

Volume 25 features the following articles:

  • An Exegetical Discussion of Mark 2:1-12: Lessons for Forgiveness and Healing in Contemporary Christianity in Ghana (Daniel Nii Aboagye Aryeh)
  • Evangelicals and Social Justice: Towards an Alternative Evangelical Community (Godfrey Harold)
  • Hearing God’s Voice: Evaluating Some Popular Teachings on the Subject (Callie Joubert and Nick Maartens)
  • The Supreme Importance of Promoting Equity, Kindness, and Humility: A Descriptive and Comparative Analysis of Micah 6:1-6 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-13 (Dan Lioy)
  • Eschatology in Philemon: An Analysis of ‘ἅμα δὲ καὶ ἑτοίμαζέ μοι ξενίαν’ for a Southern African Context (Batanyi I. Manyika and Kevin G. Smith)
  • A Biblical, Psychological and Moral Analysis of the Rape of Tamar in 2 Samuel 13: A Pastoral Response (Noel Woodbridge and Callie Joubert)
  • A Comparative Book Review of Fleming Rutledge’s, The Crucifixion and N.T. Wright’s, The Day the Revolution Began (Robert Falconer)

Conspectus can be accessed HERE.

Introducing the Single Sign On

In the past, students had to login to our different electronic library holdings platforms (such as JStor, Ebscohost, DOAJ and Sabinet) using various usernames and passwords. Students can now sign in to all these resources using a Single Sign On (their MySats login details) in the Research Portal, which can be found under “Research Resources” in the Information Kiosk on MySats.

Besides journal articles and physical library holdings, SATS has 177,000 ebooks in its collection.