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Open Access Journal: Scriptura: Journal for Biblical, Theological and Contextual Hermeneutics

Scriptura: Journal for Biblical, Theological and Contextual Hermeneutics
ISSN: 2305-445X (online)
ISSN: 0254-1807 (print)
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Scriptura is an independent journal which publishes contributions in the fields of Bible, Religion and Theology refereed by peers. It is international in scope but special attention is given to topics and issues emerging from or relevant to Southern Africa. Scriptura publishes contributions in English but also in other languages relevant to the Southern African region (such as Afrikaans, Xhosa, Sesotho, Zulu, French and German).


Vol 116, No 2 (2017)

Storyteller and Sage: Celebrating the Legacy of Hendrik Bosman


Vol 92 (2006)

Contributions by members of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Botswana


Vol 80 (2002)

This edition of Scriptura is dedicated to Bernard Combrink

Vol 79 (2002)

Articles derive from a conference of the Theological Society of South Africa - "Whither does the Wind blow? South African reflection on the relationship between the Holy Spirit and Christ" - at the University of the Western Cape, June 2001


Vol 66 (1998)

Biblical Perspectives on Cosmic Eschatology


Vol 63 (1997)

Boundaries and ...

Vol 62 (1997)

Christian Ethics in South Africa (1)

Vol 61 (1997)

World-views in opposition: Interaction of beliefs and values in science and religion


Vol 58 (1996)

Translation and Transformation

Vol 57 (1996)

Dialogue on Dialogue

Vol 56 (1996)

Religion in West Africa: Christianity, Islam and Traditional Religion in relation to Colonial and Post-Colonial History - Peter Clarke


Vol 55 (1995)

Cultural Diversity and Religious Education

Vol 53 (1995)

In Transition - the Study of Religion in Southern Africa


Vol 51 (1994)

Bruce J Malina: Religion in the Imagined New Testament World


Vol 4 (1989): SPECIAL ISSUE

Cilliers Breytenbach:  The Gospel of Mark as Episodical Narrative: Reflections on the 'Composition' of the Second Gospel

Vol 3 (1989): SPECIAL ISSUE

Wilhelm Wuellner: Hermeneutics and Rhetorics: From 'Truth and Method' to 'Truth and Power'


Vol 2 (1980)

P J Maartens: Mark 2:18-22: An  Exercise in Theoretically-Founded Exegesis


Vol 1 (1982): Special Issue

Clarck de Waard: Discourse Structure in Matthew's Gospel


Vol 1 (1980)

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