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Daniël 2 as satire
Readers use intuitive and acquired knowledge about genres in interpreting what they read and hear, underlining the importance of establishing the genre of a specific piece of literature. The genre of the tales in the Book ...
The signs of the Messiah (‘Otot Hamashiach) and Jewish apocalypticism
(Unisa Press/Sabinet, 2012)
During the Second Temple period several Jewish writings refer to the oral tradition of the 'otot hamashiach, the signs that would accompany the coming of the Messiah. The subject is utilized by the author of the Gospel of ...
The process of unification of the AFM of SA
In this article the process of unification within the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa (AFM of SA) is described, using the minutes from the different councils of the respective Sections of the AFM and the reminiscences ...
Daniel 3 as satirical comedy
(University of Stellenbosch Faculty of Theology, 2012)
The tale in Daniel 3 is told to people living in the second century BCE whose lives were threatened by the Syrian Antiochus IV Epiphanes when they disobeyed his command to forsake their religion as a desperate measure of ...