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Eschatology and audience: the eschatology of Haggai
(Journal of the Old Testament Society in Southern Africa; Unisa Press, 1988)
Against the background of Hanson's theories regarding the development of apocalyptic eschatology and the position accorded to the message of Haggai in the post-exilic factional struggle, the eschatology of Haggai is ...
Jeremia en die woord in ’n tyd van krisis
Jeremiah and his work and book have a message for everyone who has to preach the Word of God. He was called to proclaim a message of doom in a time of national crisis. Often he had to oppose the leaders of his people and ...
Deuteronomy 28, 69: superscript or subscript?
(Department of Ancient Studies, Stellenbosch University, 1988)
Should Deut 28, 69 (MT) be regarded as a subscript to the preceding section of the book or as a superscript for the following section? The general opinion is currently that it is a superscript, in conjunction with Deut 29, ...
Verbond en vergewing: Deuteronomium 29 en 30 en die deuteronomistiese geskiedwerk
Covenant and forgiveness: Deuteronomy 29 and 30 and the deuteronomistic history The deuteronomistic history was written to illustrate to the Babylonian exiles that the judgement that had befallen them, was a just one. It ...