CHURCH AND STATE
|The root of the matter: Black liberals?||
An article calling for a united Black front to bring about political change in South Africa
|"A Crisis of Faith"|
|A brotherly invitation to the international religious community|
|A call for a National Convention for the Republic of South Africa||
Circular which discusses the reasons for the call for a National Convention for the Republic of South Africa, the deteriorating situation in the country, the authority of a National Convention, members, objectives and the preparation for the National Convestion.
|A call to conscience addressed to Catholics by their Bishops||
Address by Bishops to Catholics on social and interracial justice, moral courage and dignity in human relationships within the South African context of racial discrimination.
|A challenge to the Church|
|A message to the Methodist people||
Journal article containing a message to the Methodist people.
|A sign of hope||
Journal article about the test of Christianity in South Africa and the close association between White politics and many Christian Churches which is eroding the integrity of the Christian religion.
|A statement on apartheid and a confession of faith||
Statement by the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Sendingkerk (NGK) on separate development, racism as an ideology and the relationship between the NGK and the NG Mission Church. Included are statements of White NGKs on the WARC decisions.
|A theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule||
This is a pamphlet containing the statement accepted for distribution by the SACC, April 6, 1985 regarding theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule. It is reproduced in Journal of Theology for South Africa, September 1985.
Africa South, a journal edited by Ronald M. Segal (1932-2008) was launched in Cape Town in 1956. The journal was published quarterly while funds were available. The last and final publication was issued in 1961. Ronald M.
|Africanisation of the Church||
The article discusses the urgent need for Africanisation (or indigenisation) of the Church in South Africa and calls for the building on the work of the missionaries and more black clergy. Letters in response to the article are included.
|An open letter to Desmond Tutu||
Journal article containing a letter of support written by Allan Boesak to Desmond Tutu after the South African Government withdrew Bishop Tutu's passport and accused him of supporting subversive elements and encouraging a revolutionary climate in the country.
|Anglicans and apartheid|
|Apartheid and The Reformed Churches|
|Apartheid is a heresy - a crime against humanity|
|Apartheid: a crisis of the Christian conscience||
The Alfred and Winifred Hoernle Memorial Lecture, 1964, delivered by Denis Hurley under the auspices of the South African Institute of Race Relations examines the Christian ethic and the South African situation
|Archbishop Burnett puts the record straight||
Archbishop Burnett from the Church of the Province of Southern Africa detailing three attacks on the Church by the Minister of Police, the Media and the Church of England
|Are we blind?||
Journal article containing the statement issued by the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, about the banning of the Message for 1977 from the Ministers Fraternal in Gugulethu, Nyanga and Langa.
|At the apocalypse: the South African Church claims its hope - an interview||
Interview with Allan Boesak about the role of South African churches, in particular the Dutch Reformed Church, in the struggle for democracy