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Beyond the debate: an agenda for biblical studies in the new South Africa

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New Testament methods are products of the contexts out of which they have emerged. Any attempt at devising new ways of teaching Biblical Studies should be cognisant of this. The different methods used are not naive but are in the service of the user's interests. Hence fragmentation and sectarianism. A common departure point is suggested as a prerequisite for any meaningful alternative to the teaching of Biblical Studies in South Africa.

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1996-01-01
2015-07-02

Affiliations: 1: Department of New Testament PO Box 392 University of South Africa Pretoria 0003 Republic of South Africa

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