CHURCH AND STATE
|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
|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.
|The nature of the struggle|
|SACC decision challenged|
|Call for Christians to act now|
|The Church in apartheid society and the need for Christian reconciliation|
|Popular religiosity: A liberative resource and a terrain of struggle|
|The Christian's political responsibility (or the Christian attitude) to the State|
|Signposts to expulsion|
|Challenge to the churches: report of a consultation on the church and the liberation of Southern Africa, held at Mindolo, Kitwe, Zambia||
Report of a consultation held at Mindolo, Zambia on November 25-30 1979, to discuss the role of the church in the struggle for liberation and includes papers on the prevailing situation in South Africa, the independence of the Transkei, Namibia,the role of students and the role of the Black Consc
|Church and state in South Africa|
|Anglicans and apartheid|
|Christian liberty at stake|
|Roman Catholic Bishops on the blasphemy of apartheid|
|The crisis in the Dutch Reformed churches|
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.
|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.
|The Nederduitse Gereformeerde Sendingkerk||
Article discussing the role of the Dutch Reformed Church in effecting social change and justice in South Africa.
|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.
|On unity and people`s war|