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Development as transformation : the local church in Lavender Hill as agent of change in a post-Carnegie II context
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2005-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: The aim of the study is to explore whether the local church is acting as an agent of change in addressing the socio-economic needs of an impoverished grassroots community. This study falls within the ...
Making a difference? : societal entrepreneurship and its significance for a practical theological ecclesiology in a local Western Cape context
(AOSIS OpenJournals, 2011-10)
This article is concerned with the question of whether and how a local church or congregation can, as indissoluble dimension of its vocation as a Christian faith agent, make a difference by influencing the dynamics of ...
The struggle against poverty, unemployment and social injustice in present-day South Africa : exploring the involvement of the Dutch Reformed Church at congregational level
(Pieter de Waal Neethling Trust, 2015)
This article is based on an exploration of the involvement of the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) at congregational level in the struggle against poverty, unemployment and social injustice in present-day South Africa. The ...
The churches and the development debate : perspectives on a fourth generation approach
(SUN PReSS, 2006)
BOOK BLURB: This book newly addresses the question about the Christian churches' participation in development. The innovative element of this reflection is the way in which the author finds meaning and significance, ...