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Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae

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Studia Hist. Ecc. vol.39  suppl.1 Pretoria Aug. 2013

 

CORNEL W. DU TOIT LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

 

Articles in accredited journals

 

 

1. Du Toit, CW 1987. Teks, verwysing, waarheid. Die relevansie van die verwysingskwessie vir die besinning oor die epistemologiese aard van die dogmatiek (Text, reference, truth. The relevance of the issue of reference for reconsidering the epistemic nature of systematic theology), 154-169, Skrif en Kerk, 8(2).

2. Du Toit, CW 1988. Aspekte van die postmodernistiese idioom in die teologie (Some aspects of the postmodern idiom in theology), in Theologia Evangelica, xx1/3, 36-50.

3. Du Toit, CW 1989. 'n Benaderingstrategie betreffende ideologiekritiek teen die agtergrond van die Suid-Afrikaanse situasie (A strategic approach to ideological critique in the South African context), 32-49, Scriptura, 31.

4. Du Toit, CW 1990. Open vs particular culture-biased Christianity, 169-182, AFER, 32(3).

5. Du Toit, CW 1990. Medies-etiese implikasies van die hedendaagse liggaamsiening as uitdaging vir die Christelike etiek (Medical ethics as a challenge to Christian ethics regarding the current view of the body), Theologia Evangelica, XXIII(1), 11-20.

6. Du Toit, CW 1990. Tussen ideologie en utopie (Between ideology and utopia), 215-230, Journal for General Literary Studies, 6(3).

7. Du Toit, CW 1991. Christianity against cultural domination and cultural plurality, Scriptura, 38.

8. Du Toit, CW 1992. What is theology? in Theologia Viatorum 21(2).

9. Du Toit, CW 1994. A theological response to new cosmology: the Christian faith in the light of new ideas on the origin of the universe, 1-15, Ecclesiasticos Pharos 76(1).

10. Du Toit, CW 1995. Common ground in the science-theology relationship. Journal of Theology for South Africa, Vol 92, Sep 1995, p. 33-45.

11. Du Toit, CW 1995. Some remarks in the dialogue on the future of theological education in South Africa, Religion & Theology 1(2).

12. Du Toit, CW 1996. Kerk, kuisheid en postmodernisme (Church, chastity and post-modernism), 69-79, Praktiese Teologie in Suid-Afrika 11(2).

13. Du Toit, CW 1996. Research and truth? Adjustments in systematic theology in the light of changing contexts, 363-382, Scriptura 59(4).

14. Du Toit, CW 1997. The dominant world-views of science and technology: responses from Christianity, 151-165. Scriptura 61(2).

15. Du Toit, CW 1997. Empowerment of the poor: changing our minds on affluence and poverty, 285-307. Missionalia 25(3).

16. Du Toit, CW 1997. The fictional transfiguration of Jesus: images of Jesus in literature, 815-839. Hervormde Teologiese Studies 53(3).

17. Du Toit, CW 1997. The end of truth? Hervormde Teologiese Studies 54(4) 939-955.

18. Du Toit, CW 1997. The contribution of Arthur Peacocke to the science-theology debate, 67-85. Skrif en Kerk 18(1).

19. Du Toit, CW 1997. Fin de siècle and the development of a post-secular religion. Religion and Theology 4(1), 2-20.

20. Du Toit, CW 1997. The quest for African identity and the concept of nation-building as motives in the reconstruction of South African society, 120-140. Dialogue & Alliance 11(1).

21. Du Toit, CW 1998. African spirituality and the poverty of Western religious experience, 36-60. Journal of Theology for Southern Africa 100, March.

22. Du Toit, CW 1998. Issues in the reconstruction of African Theology. African hermeneutics as a key to understanding the dynamics of African theology, 363-385. Scriptura 67.

23. Du Toit, CW 2000. Evolutionary biology as a link between religion and knowledge, 506-526. HTS, 56 (2&3).

24. Du Toit, CW 2002. The place of values in the science-religion dialogue: biology, human nature and the cultural environment. JTSA, July 113, 75-96.

25. Du Toit, CW 2002. The metaphysical mind in its physical environment: religious implications of neuroscience. HTS, 58 (3), 1011-1031.

26. Du Toit, CW 2003. Technology with a human face: African and Western profiles, South African Journal of Philosophy, 22/2, 173-183.

27. Du Toit, CW 2003. Toeriste met oop visums: reiservaringe in 'n globale kultuur (Tourists with open visas: travel experiences in a global culture). Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 43/1&2, 13-21.

28. Du Toit, CW 2003. Rethinking globalism after September 11: paradoxes in the evolution of globalisation, in Scriptura, Vol 84/3, 368-380.

29. Du Toit, C W 2004. Design, designers and the designing God. A critical look at some models. HTS 60(4), 1287-1306.

30. Du Toit, C W 2004. Diversity in a multicultural and polyethnic world: challenges and responses, in Verbum et Ecclesia 25(2), 442-459.

31. Du Toit, CW 2005. The environmental integrity of African indigenous knowledge systems: probing the roots of African rationality. Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems, 4/1, 55-73.

32. Du Toit, CW 2005. The dependence of indigenous knowledge systems on embodied African rationality, in Scriptura, 88(1), 52-63.

33. Du Toit, CW 2005. Etsi deus non daretur? Meta-Christian values in a post-democratic world, in JTSA, November 123, 61-73.

34. Du Toit, CW 2005. Implications of a technoscientific culture for personhood in Africa and in the West, in HTS 61(3).

35. Du Toit, CW 2005. Wisdom lost and regained? The possibility of reintegrating a fractured techno-scientific culture, in Religion and Theology, 12/2, 129-144.

36. Du Toit, CW 2005. The quest for commonalities in rationality and research. Cognitive science and the embodiment of African rationality. Scriptura, 88/1.

37. Du Toit, CW 2006. Global partners for local initiatives: Nepad in The Era of Globalisation, in Scriptura, 91, 43-64.

38. Du Toit, CW 2006. Religious freedom and human rights in South Africa after 1996: responses and challenges. BYU Law Review, 2006(3), 677-698.

39. Du Toit, CW 2006. Secular spirituality versus secular dualism: towards postsecular holism as a model for a natural theology. HTS 62/4, 1251-1286.

40. Du Toit, CW 2006. Tout est bien? Natural and supernatural causes of evil. Perspectives from Hume's treatise and Voltaire's Candide. Scriptura, 93/3, 315-329.

41. Du Toit, CW 2007. Some Barthian perspectives on the present science-religion debate: what is the place of 'natural theology' today? in HTS 63/4, 1447-1471.

42. Du Toit, CW 2007. The restoration of subjectivity in science, rationality and knowledge systems as a precondition for scientific integrity. JIRRS, 1/1 (Journal for Interdisciplinary research in Religion and Science - European electronic journal)

43. Du Toit, CW 2007. Mapping cultural and natural landscapes: metaphors in mapping human nature. European Journal of Science and Theology, 3/1, 51-62.

44. Du Toit, CW 2007. Thinking rationally about God: what Aquinas's and Scotus's doctrines of God mean today, from the perspectives of Richard Cross and Rudi te Velde, in Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Vol. XXXIII/2, 361-397.

45. Du Toit, CW 2008. Black Consciousness as an expression of radical responsibility: Biko an African Bonhoeffer, in Religion and Theology (2008), 15, 28-52.

46. Du Toit, CW 2009. Is religion grounded in evolution? A critical look at some models European Journal of Science and Theology, September 2009, Vol.5, No.3, 13-35.

47. Du Toit, CW 2009. Towards a new natural theology based on horizontal transcendence, HTS, 65/1, 1-8.

48. Du Toit, CW 2009. An immanent approach to death: theological implications of a secular view, HTS, 65/3

49. Du Toit, CW 2010. Fair elections and an ethics of power sharing in Africa, Politeia, 29/1, 78-100.

50. Du Toit, CW 2011. Immanent transcendent angles on a Post-Reformation theology, in R&T, 17/3&4.

51. Du Toit, CW 2011. Horseshoes, angels and other UFOs: rethinking faith in light of present-day superstitions, Verbum et Ecclesia32(1), Art. #488, 9 pages. Doi: 10.4102/ve.v32i1.488. Published 8 September 2011.

52. Du Toit, CW 2011. 'Selftranscendence and Eros: The human condition between desire and the infinite', HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 67(3), Art. #944, 12 pages. doi:10.4102/hts.v67i3.944.

53. Du Toit, CW 2011. Shifting frontiers of transcendence in theology, philosophy and science, HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies 67/1, Art #879, 10 pages. (Festschrift for Andries van Aarde).

54. Du Toit, CW 2013. 'Dynamically remembered present: Virtual memory as a basis for the stories we live', HTS Teologiese Studies/ Theological Studies 69(1), Art. #1937, 8 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v69i1.1937.

55. Du Toit, CW 2013. 'A scientific defence of religion and the religious accommodation of science? Contextual challenges and paradoxes', HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 69(1), Art. #1293, 9 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v69i1.1293.

56. Du Toit, CW 2013. Keys to life: developments from Schrödinger to Kaufman and Ward. European Journal of Science & Theology, Vol 9, no 3, 105-119.

57. Du Toit, CW 2013. Cul-de-sac of causal thinking: The challenge of a non-causal theology, Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae XXXIX/1, May, 275-293

58. Du Toit, CW 2013. Human freedom and the freedom of natural processes: on omnicausality, a-causality and god's omnipotence, R&T 20, 36-59.

59. Du Toit, CW 2013. Life in our hands? Some ethical perspectives on the human genome and human genome diversity projects, Verbum et Ecclesia. Accepted, designated for 2013.

 

Editor of the following books in the South African Science and Religion (SASRF) Series

1. Du Toit, CW 1994. Theology and the new physics. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

2. Du Toit, CW 1994. The action of God in the world. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

3. Du Toit, CW 1996. Nature, God and humanity. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

4. World views on opposition: Interaction of beliefs and values in science and religion, Scriptura 2 (61).

5. Du Toit, CW 1998. Faith, science and African culture. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

6. Du Toit, CW 2000. Evolution and creativity. A new dialogue between faith and knowledge. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

7. Du Toit, CW 2002. Brain, mind and soul. Unifying the human self. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

8. Du Toit, C W 1999. Reading the universe through science, religion and ethics. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

9. Du Toit, CW 2003. Design, information and complexity in creation. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

10. Du Toit, CW 2004. The integrity of the human person in an African context. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

11. Du Toit, CW 2006. Can nature be evil or evil natural? A science and religion view on suffering and evil. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

12. Du Toit, CW 2007. The impact of knowledge systems on human development in Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

13. Du Toit, CW (ed.) 2009. The evolutionary roots of religion: Cultivate, mutate or eliminate? Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

14. Du Toit, CW 2010. Homo transcendentalis? Transcendence in science and religion: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

15. Du Toit, CW (ed.) 2012. Knowing, believing, living in Africa. Perspectives from science and religion. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

16. Du Toit, CW 2013. The concept of emergence as metaphor in the human and natural sciences: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion. (Publication scheduled for Sept 2013.)

 

Editor of the following books in the Forum for Religious Dialogue (FRD) Series

1. Du Toit, CW 1994. Sociopolitical changes and the challenge to Christianity in South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

2. Du Toit, CW 1996. Spirituality in religions. Profiles & perspectives. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

3. Du Toit, CW 1996. New modes of thinking on the eve of a new century. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

4. Du Toit, CW 1996. Empowering the poor. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

5. Du Toit, CW & Krüger JS 1998. Multireligious education in South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

7. Du Toit, CW, 1998. Confession and reconciliation. A challenge to the churches in South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

8. Du Toit, CW 1999. Hearing the AIC voice. African indigenous churches and their place in a new South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

9. Du Toit, CW 2000. Truth, violence and prophetic silence. Religion and the quest for a South African common good. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

10. Du Toit, CW 2002. Research, identity and rationalism. Thinking about Theological research in Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

11. Du Toit, CW & Lubbe, GJA 2002. After September 11: globalisation, war and peace. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

12. Du Toit, CW & Mason CP 2006. Secular spirituality as a contextual critique of religion. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

13. Du Toit, CW 2008. The legacy of Steven Bantu Biko: theological challenges. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

14. Du Toit, CW 2010. Power sharing and African democracy: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

15. Du Toit, CW 2013. The impact of religious values on present-day realities. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

 

Author of the following monographs

1. Du Toit, CW 2009. African challenges: Changing Identities. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.260 pages.

2. Du Toit, CW 2007. Viewed from the shoulders of God: themes in science and theology. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion. 381 pages.

3. Du Toit, CW 2007. Seasons in theology. Inroads of postmodernism, reference and representation. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion. 260 pages.

 

Chapters in books

(Some of these contributions were published with minor changes in theological journals)

1. Du Toit, CW 1989. Etiese dimensies van Romeine 12-16 (Ethical dimensions of Romans 12-16), 120-136, in Vorster, WS & Engelbrecht, A.S. Uit genade alleen? Opstelle oor Romeine, (By faith alone. Essays on Romans), Pretoria, University of South Africa.

2. Du Toit, CW 1990. 'n Teologiese perspektief op lyding (A theological perspective on suffering), 1-10, in Vos, C & Miller, J. God in ons lyding (God in our suffering), Pretoria, Orion.

3. Du Toit, CW 1991. Skrifgesag en Praktyk (The authority and use of Scripture), 39-54, in Swanepoel, F (red.) Skrifgesag en Skrifgebruik, Pretoria, University of South Africa.

4. Du Toit, CW 1994. A theological response to new cosmology: the Christian faith in the light of new ideas on the origin of the universe, 13-30, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Theology and the new physics. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

5. Du Toit, CW 1994. Common ground in the science-theology relationship, 1-17, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), The action of God in the world. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

6. Du Toit, CW 1995. Die hermeneutiek van Paul Ricoeur (The hermeneutics of Paul Ricoeur), 35-49, in Vos, CJA, Die blye tyding (The good news), Pretoria, HSRC, 35-42.

7. Du Toit, CW 1995. Blessed are the powerful: Christian righteousness and the redistribution of power, 231 -243, in De Gruchy, J W & Martin, S Religion and the reconstruction of civil society. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion..

8. Du Toit, CW 1995. Kontoere van 'n teologie van mag (Contours of a theology of power), 17 -35, in Botha, P & Scheffler, E (ed.), Eksperimentele teologie. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

9. Du Toit, CW 1996. The contribution of Arthur Peacocke to the science-theology debate, 84-101, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Nature, God and humanity. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

10. Du Toit, CW 1996. The poverty of Western religious experience and the contact with African spirituality, 83 -108, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Spirituality in religions. Profiles & perspectives. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

11. Du Toit, CW 1996. The end of truth? 28-48, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), New modes of thinking on the eve of a new century. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

12. Du Toit, CW 1996. Empowerment of the poor: changing our minds on affluence and poverty, 10-36, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Empowering the poor. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

13. Du Toit, CW 1996. Dealing with the past, 118-130, in Botman, R H & Peterson, M (eds.), To remember and to heal. Cape Town: Human & Rousseau.

14. Du Toit, CW 1997. African Hermeneutics, 373-398, in König, A & Maimela, S Initiation into theology. Pretoria: Van Schaik.

15. Du Toit, CW 1998. African rationality: analysis, critique and prospects, 10-32, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Faith, science and African culture. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

16. Du Toit, CW 1998. Sharing values: the place and function of values in multireligious education, 51 -77, in Du Toit, CW & Krüger, JS (eds.), Multireligious education in South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

17. Du Toit, CW 1998. Interpreting the Open Letter and other submissions to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, 47-51, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Confession and reconciliation: a challenge to the churches in South Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

18. Du Toit, CW 1999. The possibility of a moral interpretation of the universe: examples from the Bible and new cosmology, 48-71, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Reading the universe through science, religion and ethics. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

19. Du Toit, CW 2000. Roots of violence: is a common good possible in South Africa?15-41, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Truth, violence and prophetic silence. Religion and the quest for a South African common good. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

20. Du Toit, CW 2000. Natural selection as a link between religion and knowledge, 1-24, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Evolution and creativity. A new dialogue between faith and knowledge. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

21. Du Toit, CW 2000. Issues in the reconstruction of African Theology: African hermeneutics as a key to understanding the dynamics of African Theology 37-64, in Joanne Marie Greer & David O Moberg (eds.) Research in the social scientific study of religion (11). Stamford, CON: JAI Press.

22. Du Toit, CW 2000. The quest for African identity and the concept of nation-building as motives in the reconstruction of South African society, 1-30, in TG Walsh & F Kaufmann (eds), Religion and social transformation in Southern Africa. St Paul, MIN: Paragon.

23. Du Toit, CW 2002. The metaphysical mind in its physical environment: religious implications of neuroscience, 1-28, in Du Toit CW (ed.), Brain, mind and soul. Unifying the human self. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

24. Du Toit, CW 2002. The quest for commonalities in rationality and research. Cognitive science and the embodiment of African rationality, 1-27, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Research, identity and rationalism. Thinking about theological research in Africa. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

25. Du Toit, CW 2002. An African response to our livelihood and the environment, 21-38, in Life and the environment. Our livelihood and the environment, Tokyo: Yoko Civilization Research Institute.

26. Du Toit, CW 2002. Rethinking globalism after September 11: paradoxes in the evolution of globalisation, 6790, in Du Toit, CW & Lubbe, GJA (eds.), 2002. After September 11: globalisation, war and peace. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

27. Du Toit, CW 2003. Interpreting nature naturalistically without dismissing God. A critical look at alternative models, 1-24, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Design, information and complexity in creation. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

28. Du Toit, CW 2003. African Ubuntu and the renewal of human relationships, 45-76. In Life and the environment, proceedings vol. 4, Third Yoko Civilization international conference. Tokyo: Yoko Civilization Research Institute.

29. Du Toit, CW 2004. Technoscience and the integrity of personhood in Africa and in the West: Facing our technoscientific environment, 1-46, in Du toit, CW (ed.), The integrity of the human person in an African context. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

30. Du Toit, CW 2006. Tout est bien? Natural and supernatural causes of evil: perspectives from Hume's Treatise and Voltaire's Candide, 71-106, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Secular spirituality as a contextual critique of religion. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

31. Du Toit, CW 2006. Secular spirituality versus secular dualism: towards postsecular holism as model for a natural theology, 49-73, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Secular spirituality as a contextual critique of religion. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

32. Du Toit, CW 2007. The restoration of subjectivity in science, rationality and knowledge systems as precondition for scientific integrity, in Du Toit CW (ed.), The impact of knowledge systems on human development. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

33. Du Toit, CW 2007. Limitations of the Concept 'Law of Nature' as a Source in Science, Philosophy, Theology and Law, in Drees, Willem B.; Meisinger, Hubert & Smedes, Taede A. (eds.), Humanity, the World and God: Understandings and Actions (Studies in Science and Theology, Volume 11, (2007-2008), Lund: ESSSAT, 175-190.)

34. Du Toit, CW 2008. Biko as an African Bonhoeffer? Continued challenges to liberation, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), The legacy of Steven Bantu Biko: theological challenges. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

35. Du Toit, CW 2009. Is religion grounded in evolution? A critical look at some models, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), The evolutionary roots of religion: Cultivate, mutate or eliminate? 1-33. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

36. Du Toit, CW 2009. Towards a new natural theology based on horizontal transcendence, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Towards a new natural theology. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

37. Du Toit, CW 2010. Perspectives on an ethics of power sharing in Africa, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Power sharing and African democracy. Interdisciplinary perspectives, 45-69. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

38. Du Toit, CW 2010. Shifting frontiers of transcendence: Immanent transcendence in the 21st century, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Homo transcendentalis? Transcendence in science and religion: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 1-22. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

39. Du Toit, CW 2010. Self-transcendence and eros. The human condition between want and desire, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Homo transcendentalis? Transcendence in science and religion: Interdisciplinary perspectives ,77-102. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

40. Du Toit, CW 2010. Immanent transcendent angles on a post-reformation theology, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Homo transcendentalis? Transcendence in science and religion: Interdisciplinary perspectives, 129-150. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

41. Du Toit, CW 2012. A scientific defence of relioion and the religious caccommodation of science? Contextual challengers and paradoxes, in Du Toit, CW (ed.), Knowing, believing, living in Africa. Perspectives from science and religion, 1-19. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

42. Du Toit, CW 2012. Keys to life: Developments from Schrödinger to Kaufman, in, Du Toit, CW (ed.), Knowing, believing, living in Africa. Perspectives from science and religion, 155-170. Pretoria: Research Institute for Theology and Religion.

 

Selection of books reviewed

1. Moltmann, J 1984. Politische Theologie. Politische Ethik, in Skrif en kerk 1986 7/2.         [ Links ]

2. Van Rensburg, JJ 1985. Nie deur geweld (Not through violence), in Skrif en Kerk, 1988, 9/1.         [ Links ]

3. Heyns, JA 1988. Teologiese Etiek 2/2, in Theologia Evangelica XXIII/3 1990.         [ Links ]

4. Runzo, J 1986. Reason, relativism and God, in Theologia Evangelica 1990, XXIII/1.         [ Links ]

5. Van Wyk, G. Aspekte van die metaforologie van Blumenberg soos uiteengesit in die proefskrif van Van Wyk (Aspects of Blumenberg's view of metaphor as expounded in Van Wyk's dissertation), 559-562, in Hervormde Teologiese Studies, 1995: 51(2).         [ Links ]

6. De Jong, Wybren 2001/2. Identities of Christian traditions by Wybren de Jong, published by Ars Disputandi. http://www.arsdisputandi.org/publish/issues/1/index.html        [ Links ]

7. Peterson, G R 2003. Minding God. Theology and the cognitive sciences. Minneapolis: Fortress. Review published in Hervormde Teologiese Studies. 2004.         [ Links ]

8. Polkinghorne, JR 2000. Traffic in truth. Exchanges between science and theology, in Hervormde Teologiese Studies. 2004        [ Links ]

9. Soelle, Dorothy. The mystery of death for SBL, November 2007. Society of Biblical literature (SBL). http://www.bookreviews.org/UploadReview.asp?R=6209&O=6392&T=5863        [ Links ]

10. Dembski, William A 2006. Darwins nemesis. Leicester: IVP Academic. Reviewed for HTS 2008, Hervormde Teologiese Studies 64(3), 2008, 1556-1558.         [ Links ]

11. Ayala, Francisco J 2006 Darwin and Intelligent Design. Minneapolis: Fortress. 116 pp. Reviewed Hervormde Teologiese Studies 64/1 2008, p. 668-9.         [ Links ]

12. Sarojini Henry: The encounter of faith and science in inter-religious dialogue. ISPCK, Delhi. 2005, 221 pp. Reviewd for Missionalia 2008        [ Links ]

13. Peters Stem cell debate review in Hervormde Teologiese Studies 64/1 2008 p. 666-667        [ Links ]

14. Paul Ricoeur, 2009. Living up to death. Translated by David Pellauer. Chicago & Londen: University of Chicago Press. Reviewed for Global Spiral. Sep 2009        [ Links ]

15. Nancy K. Frankenberry (ed.) 2008. The faith of scientists. In their own words. Priceton & Oxford: Princeton Univ. Press. Reviewed in Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Dec 2009.         [ Links ]

16. Robert, L Parker 2008. Superstition. Belief in the age of science. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University Press. Reviewed in Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Dec 2009.         [ Links ]

17. Paul Ricoeur 2009. Living up to death. Translated by David Pellauer Chicago & Londen: University of Chicago Press. Reviewed for Global Spiral. Sept 2009.         [ Links ]

20. Carlos Eire 2009. A very brief history of eternity. Princeton: Princeton University Press, in Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae 2009, Vol. XXXV, Supplement.         [ Links ]

21. Reviewed the book of Anne Tavis Religious experience reconsidered. A building-block approach to the study of religion and other special things, for the journal Studia Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Oct 2012.         [ Links ]

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