The essay contains a discussion around Black theology, politics, religion and philosophy as experienced by the Black man in South Africa.
|"Come to my help Lord for I`m in trouble": womanist Jesus and the mutual struggle for liberation|
|A theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule||
This is a pamphlet containing the statement accepted for distribution by the SACC, April 6, 1985 regarding theological rationale and a call to prayer for the end to unjust rule. It is reproduced in Journal of Theology for South Africa, September 1985.
|Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash held at Cape Town, 1983||
Address to the National Conference of the Black Sash by Allan Boesak on the 10 March 1983, discussing: Apartheid, theology, total onslaught, police action, South African Council of Churches, Pass Laws, prisons, detentions.
|An Address on the Occasion of the Awards Ceremony at the Federal Theological Seminary|
|An initial response to the Kairos Document||
This is a pamphlet about publicising the Kairos document on November 1985.
|Be not overcome by evil||
Journal article containing the response of the South African Council of Churches to the Eloff Commission
|Black Theology Conference||
This is the proceedings of the Black Theology conference held at the Edendale, Pietermaritzburg on the 13th-16th February 1973. It contains the program, report and speeches.
|Black theology revisited|
|Churches in Captivity|
|Constantine or Abraham - The Choice Before the D.R.C.|
|Introductory essay: Pro Veritate||
A scholarly introductory essay on the periodical Pro Veritate
|J. A. Lamprecht - Theology - (1971) - UDW - Indian College - Salisbury Island||
University of Durban-Westville
|Journal of Black Theology||
The Journal of Black Theology in South Africa published by the Black Theology Project in Pretoria is a scholarly publication dedicated to the exploration of African and Black theology and its growth and identity in relation to the national struggle for liberation in South Africa.