The relevance of theology for the 1990s

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Statementedited by J. Mouton, B.C. Lategan.
SeriesHSRC series on methodology, HSRC series in methodology.
ContributionsMouton, J., Lategan, Bernard C., Human Sciences Research Council.
LC ClassificationsBT30.S5 R45 1994
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Paginationiii, 633 p. ;
Number of Pages633
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Open LibraryOL868422M
ISBN 100958380120
LC Control Number95153101

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This book. Relevance of theology for the s. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J Mouton; Bernard C Lategan; Human Sciences Research Council. The book is divided into five main sections: the historical role of the church from Columbus's arrival in until the Cuban revolution of ; the reform and renewal decade of the s; the transitional decade of the s; the revision and redirection of liberation theology in the s; and a crisis of relevance in the s.

This book. The book is divided into five main sections: the historical role of the church from Columbus’s arrival in until the Cuban revolution of ; the reform and renewal decade of the s; the transitional decade of the s; the revision and redirection of liberation theology in the s; and a crisis of relevance in the s.

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