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    Gerhard Ebeling oor geloof.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2016 - Hts Theological Studies 72 (3).
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    Rudolf Bultmann – Evangelie En Geloof.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2015 - Hts Theological Studies 71 (3).
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    Mistifikasie En Geloof: Dekonstruksie van Geloofsverstaan in Kategesemateriaal van Die Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk van Afrika.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2017 - Hts Theological Studies 73 (5):153-172.
    Die voortgesette proses van implementering van nuwe materiaal wat gebruik word vir katkisasie in die Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk van Afrika vertoon 'n besondere trajek. Die proses het, in terme van geloof, begin met die formalisering van sowel die geloofsbegrip as die beskrywing van die inhoud van geloof. Dit is voortgesit deur 'n proses van die objektivering van die inhoud van geloof tot feite wat geleer kan word en is uiteindelik voltrek deur die implementering van 'n pragmatiese opvoedkundige doelwit waarin geloof (...)
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    Die Lewe En Werk van Rudolf Bultmann : ʼN Leksikografiese Bydrae Tot Reformasie 500.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2017 - Hts Theological Studies 73 (1).
    Rudolf Bultmann was one of the leading thinkers within an influential theological direction that arose in Europe after the First World War, known as dialectical theology. Comprehensive introductions to the life and work of Bultmann in the South African theological journals, written in Afrikaans, either does not exist, or are difficult to trace for the Afrikaans readership. This article on Bultmann aims to fill the gap by offering a lexicographical contribution on the life and work of Bultmann. The focus of (...)
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    Geloof in Die Opstanding van Jesus: Barth En Bultmann.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2013 - Hts Theological Studies 69 (1).
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    Regverdiging van Die Sondaar: Martin Luther Se Teologiese Definisie van Die Mens Soos Uiteengesit in Die Disputatio de Homine van 1536, Stelling 32.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2017 - Hts Theological Studies 73 (1).
    Disputations were a fixture of Martin Luther’s academic career. Luther participated regularly in disputations. It was an important communicative vehicle through which he developed and expressed his theology. The well-known 95 theses are a case in point. Luther’s career as a disputator was impressive. Several of his most influential disputations were explicitly intended for consideration by his academic and ecclesiastical colleagues, but the majority of his disputations took place as a curricular exercise at the University of Wittenberg. The purpose of (...)
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    Usus Politicus Evangelii.Gabriël M. J. Van Wyk - 2017 - Hts Theological Studies 73 (5):131-152.
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    Wet En Evangelie.Gabriel M. J. Van Wyk - 2018 - Hts Theological Studies 74 (4):1-12.
    The gospel is not a new law. A clear distinction must be made between law and gospel, so that the gospel is not mistakenly understood as a new law, but as the gospel. The relationship between law and gospel must be considered carefully. Two prominent theologians, Martin Luther and Karl Barth, did just that, but in opposition to one another. This article describes and compares their respective views. Barth defends a political use of the gospel. The gospel provides believers with (...)
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