|Standing for the truth: the mission of the Church||
Policy document issued by Standing for the Truth Committe about Christians and the defiance campaign against apartheid.
|Statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, the Most Rev Bill Burnett||
Journal article containing a statement by the Archbishop of Cape Town, regarding the Church of the Province Synod's resolution that if members of the Security Force hold office in their Church they are expected to consider their witness before God.
|Statement of the church leaders regarding detentions, the hunger strike and the State of Emergency||
Statement issued by Church leaders regarding their concern about the substantial number of people still in detention and others who have been released but still under heavy restrictions.
|The church and the race problem||
Pamplet containing a series of articles published in the Rand Daily Mail, Johannesburg, based on interviews with churchmen on the role of the Church in South Africa
|The church and the struggle for a democratic alternative||
Paper presented at the Diakonia workshop held on May 19, 1988, calling for the renewal and transformation of the Church as a site of struggle as part of the national democratic struggle.
|The Rustenburg Declaration||
Resolution of the Rustenburg Declaration of the National Conference of Church Leaders held in South Africa in November 1990.
|The way through||
Journal article containing an interview with Allan Boesak. Note that large sections of the document are barely legible.
|Through the cross: the South African church's painful path to victory||
Interview with Frank Chikane as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches
|We will not be silenced||
Circular publicising a conference to be held in Cape Town on 2 May 1988, regarding the resistance of church organisations to state repression.
This is a speech containing an exctract from an address given at a seminar on Africanisation in Natal. This was transcribed from a tape recording of the address and apology is made for incorect spellings of names, etc.
|You will bite the dust!||
Speech delivered by Archbishop Tutu at St Geoge's Cathedral in Cape Town at an inter-faith service convened to replace a banned protest rally to have taken place on the 13th March 1988, at the University of the Western Cape.
|Your days are over: the promises of God confronts the State||
Sermon delivered by Allan Boesak about Elijah's journey into the wilderness. It was delivered at the St George's Cathedral at Cape Town in March 13, 1988.