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A rhetorical analysis of the letter to the Galatians
(University of the Free State, 2004-04)
English: The aim of this study is to present a text-centred descriptive analysis of the way in which Paul uses the Letter to the Galatians in order to persuade the Galatians to accept his view of the gospel. In Part 1 an ...
A cognitive linguistic study of a biblical Hebrew lexical set for 'to teach'
(University of the Free State, 2011-11)
This study employs Cognitive Linguistics to determine the foundational elements of the ancient Israelites’ concept of teaching as reflected in the text of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and Ben Sira, a significant ...
Dimensions of oracle-speech in the Near Eastern, Mediterranean, and African contexts: a contribution towards African orality
(University of the Free State, 2001-07)
English: Divination is receiving ever more attention in the media. Communities, groups of people and individuals are asking questions, voice opinions, and make judgements on the function of this important branch of African ...
Re-animating orality: the design for a new translation of the Bible into Sesotho
(University of the Free State, 2012-09)
English: The Sesotho community has proved an avid religious (Christian) audience for more than a century. Two Sesotho translations of the Bible, the Old Translation of 1909 and the New Translation of 1989, are used by ...
Die rol wat versmaat in Vergilius Aneis boek IV speel met spesiale verwysing na verskille tussen die verhalende - en dialooggedeeltes
(University of the Free State, 1974-11)
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An investigation into the difference in poetic form between certain Medieval and Renaissance poets writing in Latin, with particular reference to Milton
(University of the Free State, 1979-06)
By tracing the tradition of secular metrical Latin verse from the Fifth to the Seventeenth Century the final assimilation of classical sources into the mainstream of vernacular European literature can be much more ...
Theophany and the divine discourses of job
(University of the Free State, 2002-05)
English: The divine discourses of Job 38-42 are usually interpreted from one of two points of view. The traditional reader understands the effect of it as a moment of repentance in the life of the main character, which ...