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Biografie van professor Sarel Jacobus van der Merwe

Johannes J. Knoetze; Alfred Brunsdon (2017)
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Extraordinary events and primeval images: Magic realism in the works of Northern Sotho novelist O.K. Matsepe

G. M.M. Grobler (1993)
Fictive reality in the conventional novel is required to adhere to the laws of real life. Magic realism, however, presents a peculiar and unique world: a fictive but everyday reality, interspersed with extraordinary or 'unreal’ events. In addition, primeval images or archetypes operate in the text, e.g. the image of happiness or paradise, of the father, of the wise old man, of the Messiah and of the eternal return. The art of O.K. Matsepe sufficiently displays these features to justify the co...


S. Masters (2012)
A selection of ancient Classical and Near Eastern artefacts belonging to the Iziko Museums of Cape Town1 is currently on display at the Sasol Art Museum (a Stellenbosch University Museum)2 as the remodelled exhibition, Containing Antiquity. The exhibition, though modest in size, features several important and interesting pieces, many of which are known to South African and international scholars.

Ekonomiese aspekte van pypleidingvervoer: 'n Suid-Afrikaanse perspektief

Wessel Pienaar (2009)
Daar bestaan ’n sterk moontlikheid dat daar binne die volgende dekade drie pypleidings vir die kommersiële vervoer van brandstofprodukte van Suider-Afrikaanse hawens na Gautengprovinsie aangelê gaan word. Omdat pypleidingvervoer (1) die energiedoelmatigste vervoermodus is, (2) aansienlik goedkoper is as pad- en spoorvervoer, (3) heelwat veiliger is as spoorvervoer en veral padvervoer, (4) pad- en spoorvervoer- en infrastruktuurkapasiteit vir ander verkeer beskikbaar stel, en (5) minder...

Matthew, the church and anti-Semitism

FP Viljoen (2007)
The use of the noun ekklesia forms a distinctive feature in Matthew�s Gospel. This term must have had a distinctive meaning for Matthew and his readers at the time he used it in his Gospel, though not as full blown as in the Pauline literature and later church history. At that stage the Matthean community considered itself outside the Jewish synagogues. This consideration can be noticed in the Matthean text, when reading the Matthean Jesus story as an �inclusive� story, including the story of...


Editorial Office (2011)

Some notes on writing a commentary: Isaiah 1-12

A. Groenewald (2009)
I was requested by the editors of the �Historical Commentary on the Old Testament� (HCOT) to contribute two volumes on Isaiah in this series. This present article, however, focuses only on volume I: Isaiah 1-12. The aim of this article can be summarised in six points. Some introductory remarks are made with regard to the genre of commentary writing. Secondly, the viewpoint of the HCOT series is outlined; in other words its methodological and epistemological viewpoint. Thirdly, recent developm...

The friendship of Matthew and Paul: A response to a recent trend in the interpretation of Matthew’s Gospel

Joel Willitts (2009)
David Sim has argued that Matthew’s so-called Great Commission (Mt 28:16–20) represents a direct anti-Pauline polemic. While this thesis may be theoretically possible and perhaps fi ts within the perspective of an earlier era in New Testament research, namely that of the Tübingen School, the evidence in both Matthew and the Pauline corpus does not support such a reading of early Christianity. In this paper, I argue that an antithetical relationship between Matthew’s Great Commission and Paul’...

Die predikant as teiken – profiel van iemand wat emosionele wonde toedien

S.F. Kruger (2004)
A minister as target – profile of a person inflicting emotional wounds This article focuses on the personality of someone who intentionally wounds a minister of the Word. The typical profile of someone who wounds emotionally, and the behavioural process that usually characterises his acts are highlighted. At the meta-theoretical level the interpersonal style of a wounder is examined by applying viewpoints of Interpersonal Theory – a subsection of Personality Psychology. The specific beha...

Significance of the Lausanne Covenant

J.S. Rhee (1975)
In his long address called “Why Lausanne?” Dr Billy Graham clearly stated the reason and purpose to have the International Congress on World Evangelization by saying that “we are met to pray, talk, plan and to advance the work of evangelism ,” and he adds: “This is a conference of evangelicals. The participants were asked to come because you are evangelical-concerned with evangelism and missions; and we here tonight stand firmly in the evangelical tradition of Biblical faith.” Here we can fin...