CHURCH AND STATE
|Signposts to expulsion|
|Sermon delivered on the 16th June 1986, South African Youth Day at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Lusaka, Zambia|
Pamphlet about the comparison between responses made to calls for sanctions against Argentina and South Africa. Note that large sections of the text are barely legible
|SACC decision challenged|
|Roman Catholic Bishops on the blasphemy of apartheid|
|Review since last Conference||
The letter from Desmond Tutu to SACC regarding the review of the conference about the death of Steve Biko. Also asking the authority to institute the judicial inquiry into Steve's death.
|Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism||
Response of the South African Council of Churches to the WCC programme to combat racism (1969-1979).
|Resolutions of the Eight National Conference of the South African Council of Churches, July 27-29, 1976||
Resolutions of the South African Council of Churches, discussed at the Eighth National Conference, which includes the call for detainees to be charged or released, the right for students to non-violent protest and the rejection of the oppressive system of the South African Government.
|Report on a Consultation of representatives of SACC member churches on racism and change in South Africa||
Pamphlet on a Consultation of representatives of SACC member churches, held at the Koinonia Conference Centre, Johannesburg,10-12 May 1982 for a follow up to the consultation on racism held in February 1980.
|Religion and the struggle against apartheid||
Paper on religion and the struggle against apartheid, prepared for an African National Congress seminar which provides a brief history of the ANC, examines the role of the church, and challenges the church to participate in the struggle for liberation.
Pro Veritate, a Christian monthly journal, reflects a theological point of view towards the ideologies of the ruling National Party.
|Priests, protests and politics||
This article discusses the role of clergy in the church in South Africa and the application of Christian principles to the political and social spheres within a context of apartheid in South Africa
|Popular religiosity: A liberative resource and a terrain of struggle|
Phakamani, meaning "stand up", reflecting the call to stand up and join the democratic forces inside South Africa and abroad to oppose the legality of the South African Government, was published by the ANC Department of Religious Affairs in Zambia.
|Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of Diakonia on March 25, 1980||
Article containing a paper delivered by Archbishop Tutu, General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches, at the annual meeting of Diakonia on 25 March 1980 on population removals and the urban church.
|On unity and people`s war|
|On unity and people's war|
Bishop Tutu's Nobel lecture delivered in Oslo, Norway, on 11 December 1984 and his acceptance of the award speech on the 10th December 1984.
|Negotiations, defiance and the Church|