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    • Barbara Thiering's interpretation of Jesus' life 

      Naude, J. A. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      English: The purpose of this paper is to present arguments to disprove Thiering's claim that documents like the New Testament, Dead Sea Scrolls, the writings of Josephus, etc. might reveal the actual historical Jesus. Her ...
    • Divine and human violence and destruction in Jeremiah 20:7 - 13 

      Snyman, S. D. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      Jeremiah 20:7-13 is a texc presenting the interpreter with a multitude of problems. Five main areas of research are briefly highlighted. This paper focuses on the interpretation of hamas wasod in Jer 20:8. Eight different ...
    • The Book of Ruth as intra-Biblical critique on the Deuteronomic law 

      Braulik, Georg (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      The book of Ruth, written in the post-exilic period, constitutes a 'homily on Dt 23- 25', (Michael D Goulder). It is the only biblical example of an entire book systematically subjecting a body of laws from the Deuteronomic ...
    • Religious plurality in Africa: a challenge to the church 

      Dolamo, R. T. H. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      Chriscianity has been a privileged religion in South Africa under the white minority government. However, since the inception of a democratically elected government in 1994 and the passing of the Constitution of the Republic ...
    • "Interpretasierigting" as eksegetiese hulp: Rut in wyer kontekste 

      Jonker, L. C. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 1999)
      This article shows how the investigation inco the history of origin of che text itself, as well as the Wirkungsgeschichte thereof, can assist in decermining a possible "direction of interpretation" in terms of which ...