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A Plea for Church-Strengthening Movements in Africa

Author: Cantrell, Tim
It has been called the “surprise story” of modern missions–the emergence of ‘Christian Africa’ (Bediako, 2000:3-4). In the last century, Christianity in Africa has seen…
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What does the Bible teach about divorce and remarriage: a biblical exegesis of Matthew 19:3-9

Author: Du Plessis, C A (dickie) & Woodbridge, Dr Noel B
The high divorce rate in South Africa today is having a devastating effect on society in general, and on the Church in particular. In view…
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The Evangelical Church in Africa: Towards a Model for Christian Discipleship

Author: Light, Vernon Ellis
This work is an extension of an MTh dissertation, especially in the area of further reflection on the South African situation. It focuses on the…
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New Life in Christ: A Specific Exegetical Focus of Romans 6-8

Author: Pretorius, Mark
There is little doubt that the importance of Romans 6-8 is to be found in what Christ did as Saviour. Within these chapters, one sees…
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Beyond the Conflict: Genesis Chapters 1 and 2 in the Perspective of Science and Biblical Theology

Author: Ravi, Prashant Kesava
The conflict between creation and evolution has long dominated discussions surrounding the first two chapters of Genesis in the Old Testament. In efforts to ameliorate…
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Christian ethics as an adequate ethical system in the context of modern culture: a theological analysis and critical evaluation

Author: Russell A. Morris & Noel B. Woodbridge
Ethics involves standards of behaviour that dictate how one should conduct oneself in a given situation. The word ethics is derived from the Greek term…
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How to Cite Sources

Author: Smith, Kevin
In academic writing, it is imperative that you credit the sources you use in writing a paper. Failure to credit your sources is a form…
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How to Write a Book Review

Author: Smith, Kevin
A book review is a special kind of theological writing. Students may be required to write book reviews on prescribed readings. Scholars write reviews of…
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How to do an Exegetical Study

Author: Smith, Kevin
Biblical exegesis is a in-depth, inductive examination of a text of scripture in which the exegete systematically applies established hermeneutic tools (exegetical methods) to discover…
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How to do a Theological Study

Author: Smith, Kevin
Systematic theology is a systematic study of what the Bible teaches about a topic. Can we justly call doing systematic theology research? The answer depends…
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How to Prepare a Research Proposal

Author: Smith, Kevin
Every theological research project should begin with a research proposal. Before writing a thesis or a dissertation, your proposal needs to be approved by a…
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How to Compile a Bibliography

Author: Smith, Kevin
Every academic paper ends with a bibliography, a list of resources (e.g., books, articles, interviews) used in writing it. In this chapter, we shall discuss…
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