CHURCH AND STATE
|What Christian alternative?||
The challenge of the sword.
|Commission of Inquiry into the South African Council of Churches held at Pretoria on 9 May 1983, Volume 61||
|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
|Editorial: The Government and The Christian Institute|
|Editorial: Violence in Church and State|
|The Threat to Alice Seminary|
|Chapter six: Black consciousness|
|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.
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.
|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.
|Straighten up your shoulders!||
Speech to marchers gathered in St George's Cathedral in Cape Town, September 2, 1989, where about 170 women protested against death sentences and detention.
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.
|Views of Black Christians on South Africa's present and future||
Address delivered by Sam Buti, General Secretary of a Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Africa (NGKA) to a Conference organised by the Lutheran and NGKA congregations in Soweto in cooperation with the Christian Academy in South Africa
|The challenge of Black Theology to the present S.A.||
Lecture delivered by Rev M. Ngakane, Deputy General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches in Benoni on March 6, in 1976 about the challenge of Black theology in a South African situation
|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.
|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
|Banned Beyers' car hit again|
|The New Sprocas Vision|
|The Rustenburg Declaration||
Resolution of the Rustenburg Declaration of the National Conference of Church Leaders held in South Africa in November 1990.