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Alumni Publications

1995

Bank, Louis (M.A.) A theological assessment of the socio-political role of the Church of the Province of South Africa (1904-1930) with special reference to the influence of Archbishop William Marlborough Carter. Retired Anglican clergy.

Holkeboer, Mieke Rae (M.A.) Before the pool of Narcissus: the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk’s journey to confessional orthodoxy and isolation through the lense [sic] of doctrine. Saybrook Capital Corporation Advisor.

Leatt, Ann-Marie Joy (M.Soc.Sc.) Intrinsic patterns in the history of religious change from early Hindu traditions to contemporary Mahayana Buddhism: an application of Cumpsty’s theory of religion. Lecturer, Department of Religious Studies, University of Cape Town.

Moloi, Ernest Thabang (M.A.) Inculturation: with special reference to the Catholic Church in Lesotho and to liturgy. Clergy in Lesotho.

Moosa, Ebrahim (Ph.D.) The legal philosophy of al-Ghazali: law, language and theology in al-Mustasfa. Professor of Islamic Studies in the Department of Religion and Director of the Centre for Study of Muslim Networks at Duke University.

Moosagie, Mohammed Allie (Ph.D.) Trends in the justificatory force of the Fatawa of the Deobandi mufti. With the Academy of Islamic Research.

Pityana, N. Barney (Ph.D.) Beyond transition: the evolution of theological method in South Africa: a cultural approach. Ex-Vice-Chancellor of UNISA; rector of the College of the Transfiguration; Human Rights Lawyer; proponent of Black Theology; was awarded an Honourable Mention of the 2002 UNESCO Prize for Human Rights Education.

Reve, Nomvuzo (M.A.) The legitimacy of Jesus: an Afrocentric reading of the birth of Jesus
Academic at the University of Venda.

Richard, Ruben Robert (Ph.D.) The role of imperial decrees in Ezra-Nehemiah: an ideological and exegetical analysis. Formerly head of the Directorate and Training Division of Special Operations (Scorpions), unit Western Cape.

Wayland, Anda (M.A.) Religious experience of the destined human being.

Wratten, Darrel Mark (Ph.D.) Buddhism in South Africa: from textual imagination to contextual innovation. Market Research, Consumer Insight Agency (CIA).