CHURCH AND STATE
|Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches held at Pretoria on 28 March 1983, Volume 59||
Excerpt from transcript of Volume 59, with evidence from Dr Khoza E M Mgojo, President of the Methodist Conference of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, of the Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches (SACC), chaired by the Honourable Mr Justice C F Eloff, to inquire
|Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches held at Pretoria on 4 November 1982||
Excerpt from the transcript of evidence from Bishop Desmond Tutu, to the Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches (SACC), chaired by the Honourable Mr Justice C F Eloff, to inquire into, report and make recommendations about, the activities of the SACC, including its manag
|Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches held at Pretoria on 9 May 1983, Volume 61||
Crisis News, published by the Western Province Council of Churches, Cape Town, "attempts to tell the truth of what is happening in our country", particularly in the Western Cape and from a theological point of departure.
|Dear Mr State President||
Pamphlet issued by the President of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa to the State President about the State vision of apartheid
|Declaration of commitment||
This journal article discusses statement issued by Bishop of the Catholic Church to their fellow Catholics after a three day consultation on social justice and reconciliation in February 1977.
|Draft agreement between the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk and the Nederduitse Gereformeerder Kerk in Africa||
Journal article about the draft agreement between the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk and the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Africa regarding the position of White ministers in the Nederduitse Gereformeeerde Kerk in Afrika.
|Dramatic call by church leaders||
Journal article containing a full statement issued by Church leaders of eight denominations who had recently met in Johannesburg.
|Editorial: The Government and The Christian Institute|
|Editorial: Violence in Church and State|
|Emergency convocation of churches in South Africa||
This journal article is about the emergence convocation of churches in South Africa which was held in Johannesburg on 30-31 May, in order to outline a plan of effective non-violence campaign.
|Emergency Convocation of Churches in South Africa: package of preparation material||
The Emergency Convocation of Churches in South Africa was decided upon to work on and develop effective non-violent actions to pressure the government to the negotiation table and for the church to refuse to collaborate with an unjust system.
|Extract from the report of the General Secretary, Bishop Desmond Tutu to the SACC Annual National Conference 1979 July||
Extract from the report of General Secretary, Bishop Desmond Tutu to the South African Council of Churches' Annual National Conference regarding detention without trial, banning orders, restoration of rule of law and free democracy in the Ministry of Justice.
|Founding statement for the visit to Washington DC of a delegation of South African church leaders||
Report about a visit to Washington DC by a delegation of South African church leaders namely, Allan Boesak, Frank Chikane, Beyers Naude and Desmond Tutu, to urge the US Administration to lift the State of Emergency, release political prisoners, to unban organisations such as the African National
|Fresh look at English churches` role|
|Guarding the faith: reflections on the banning of black theology literature in South Africa||
An essay about the reflections on the banning of black theology literature in South Africa.
|If someone you know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation||
Circular informing people about things to do if someone they know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation