• ... But also just : reflections on the severe God of the catechism 

      Van de Beek, A. (University of the Free State, 2014)
      The seemingly harsh texts about God's justice and wrath in the Heidelberg Catechism turn out to be the core of the comfort that the catechisms proclaims, if we read the catechism contextually. The same is the case with ...
    • The Heidelberg Catechism : elements for a theology of care 

      Lange, Frederick de, 1955- (University of the Free State, 2014)
      This article proposes a fresh reading of the Heidelberg Catechism from the perspective of an ethics of care, a new paradigm of doing ethics, strongly influenced by feminist philosophy. In its anthropology, this approach ...
    • The Heidelberg Catechism on human sin and misery 

      Baard, R. S. (University of the Free State, 2014)
      The Heidelberg Catechism's section on Sin and Misery does not provide a moralistic or legalistic perspective on the human condition. Instead, it offers, in abbreviated format, a restatement of the doctrine of original sin, ...
    • Salvation according to the Heidelberg Catechism 

      Joubert, L. (University of the Free State, 2014)
      The Heidelberg Catechism has been part of the Reformed Confessional tradition for over 400 years. It has helped to shape and form generations of Reformed believers. The question however can be raised if the model of salvation ...