Die onvoltooide getuienistaak van die Christelike kerk langs die Weskus van Suid-Afrika
|dc.contributor.author||Thom, J. D.(Jacobus Daniel),1929-|
|dc.contributor.other||Stellenbosch University. Faculty of . Dept. of .|
|dc.description||Proefskrif (M. Th.) -- Universiteit van Stellenbosch, 1990.|
|dc.description||Full text to be digitised and attached to bibliographic record.|
|dc.format.extent||123 blaaie : ill.|
|dc.publisher||Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University|
|dc.subject||Missions -- South Africa -- Western Cape|
|dc.subject||Church statistics -- South Africa -- Western Cape|
|dc.subject||Western Cape (South Africa) -- Church history|
|dc.subject||Western Cape (South Africa) -- Population|
|dc.subject||Western Cape (South Africa) -- Social conditions|
|dc.subject||Western Cape (South Africa) -- Economic conditions|
|dc.subject||Dissertations -- Theology|
|dc.title||Die onvoltooide getuienistaak van die Christelike kerk langs die Weskus van Suid-Afrika|
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