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Verbum et Ecclesia is a theological research journal that challenges traditional discourses within and between the fields of biblical, religious, social and human sciences as well as the constructive engagement with the natural sciences. It is an instrument of engagement between theological disciplines, on the one hand, and theology and other disciplines, on the other.

Editor-in-Chief: DaniŽl P. Veldsman,†University of Pretoria, South Africa.

Financial support and affiliation: Centre for Ministerial Development†of the Dutch Reformed Church (Exelsus), University of Pretoria (South Africa).

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Latest articles

 
Original Research
Improving the lack of missional effectiveness of congregations with small satellite meetings from an interdisciplinary practical theological perspective
Arthur R. Tucker
Vol 37, No 1 (2016), 11 pages
 
Published: 2016-06-22

 
Original Research
Preliminary thoughts on the relevance of the research field of cognition for Practical Theology
Ferdi P. Kruger
Vol 37, No 1 (2016), 12 pages
 
Published: 2016-06-17

 
Original Research
A†kairos for the lowly? Reflections on Luke's story of a rejected fortune or†tyche and lessons for South Africa
McGlory Speckman
Vol 37, No 1 (2016), 10 pages
 
Published: 2016-06-17

 
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ISSN: 1609-9982 (print) | ISSN: 2074-7705 (online)

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