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Towards an HIV competent church : the Hillcrest AIDS Centre, a pioneering faith response to HIV and AIDS in South Africa (1990 TO 2001).
“An HIV competent church” as used by Sue Parry in 2008 refers to an inner and an outer competence required to respond to HIV and AIDS in a “socially relevant,” “culturally appropriate,” and “theologically and technically ...
Enhancing adherence to antiretroviral treatment : the potential role of church leaders in Vulindlela, KwaZulu-Natal.
South Africa is currently managing the world‟s biggest antiretroviral treatment (ART) programme since a large section of its population is using ART daily. ART requires a meticulous adherence plan as this medication is a ...
Returning Mary Magdalene to the gospel pages.
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The relationship between eschatological hope and Christian mission in the theology of Jurgen Moltmann and its implications for Seventh-Day Adventist theology.
This research has the primary objective of developing Seventh-day Adventist theology through a dialogue with Jurgen Moltmann, on the relationship between eschatological hope and Christian mission. Due to space limitations, ...
The use of 'abundant life' in John 10:10 and its interpretation among some Yoruba prosperity gospel preachers.
This is a case study that focuses on how John 10:10, with its mention of abundant life, has been interpreted by some Yoruba preachers of the ‘prosperity gospel’ in the course of preaching and teaching. The quotation below ...
Towards gender-sensitive theological responses to HIV and AIDS : a critical study of the HIV and AIDS policy and programmes of the Northern Diocese of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania.
Beginning with the assumption that HIV and AIDS is a “gendered pandemic,” and that the church is central to the lives of many people in Africa, particularly Tanzania, this study sought to assess the HIV and AIDS intervention ...
A pastoral marriage and family wholeness programme: a contextual cross-cultural contribution to enrichment, growth and healing through pastoral care and counselling in the South African context, with particular focus on Methodist families in the community of KwaNdengezi in KwaZulu-Natal.
Following decades of political struggle in South Africa, the 27 April elections in 1994 offered many people a long-awaited chapter in their lives as democracy was ushered in. The researcher has observed that the result of ...
A re-reading of 2 Kings 5 : in search of a redemptive masculinity.
The social constructs of “being a man”, often informed by various domains such as culture, religion and even the mass media, have contributed to conflicting views of how men perceive their masculinity and their relationship ...
Towards a theology of peace-building in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) : the contribution of Christian women.
This study is an attempt to define a theology of peace that can be a driving force behind the motivation of Christian women to be involved in the process of peace-building in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). In fact ...
Ridiculing the empire rhetorical strategy as critique of the monarchic discourse of salvation in Genesis 47.13-26.
This work explores how Genesis 47.13-26, a text that rarely, dealt with in the exegetical work on the Joseph story, can be read as a denunciation and critique of the monarchic tributary system and its theological support ...