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    HTS Theological Studies

    Print version ISSN 0259-9422

    Herv. teol. stud. vol.67 no.2 Pretoria  2011

     

    Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies

     

     

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    Andre de la Porte

    Anita Cloete

    Attie van Niekerk

    Ben de Klerk

    Calvin Plaatjes

    Cas Wepener

    Cassie Venter

    Christo Thesnaar

    Christo van der Merwe

    Daniel Louw

    Ernst Conradie

    Frank Cooke

    Frederick Labuschagne

    Friedrich Schweitzer

    Fritz de Wet

    George Lotter

    Gerhard Bothma

    Gordon Dames

    Guillaume Smit

    Hennie Pieterse

    Ian Nell Jaco Dreyer

    Johan Janse van Rensburg

    Julian Müller

    Jurgens Hendriks

    Karel August

    Kobus Schoeman

    Maarman Tshehla

    Marinda van Niekerk

    Nelius Steyn

    Rantoa Letsosa

    Rein Brouwer

    Ruard Ganzevoort

    Vhumani Magezi

    Zander van der Westhuizen

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