|In die Skriflig/In Luce Verbi is a theological and acclaimed Open Access journal that serves as the official journal of the Reformed Theological Society (Gereformeerde Teologiese Vereniging). It has a broad coverage that promotes multidisciplinary, religious and biblical aspects of studies in the international theological arena, aiming to further Reformational Theology on a scientific basis. It encourages research 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 where applicable. All contributions are refereed anonymously by at least three other scholars who are recognised as specialists in the particular field of study and the comments of the referees are held in high esteem. English, Afrikaans and Dutch are the general languages of publication and articles in German will also be considered.|
Editor-in-Chief: Koos Vorster, North-West University, Potchefstroom campus, South Africa.
Financial support and affiliation: Reformed Theological Society (South Africa).
PLEASE NOTE: Stemming from a decision taken by the Editorial Board, only an English abstract (approximately 200 words) will be required for Afrikaans, English and Dutch articles; effective immediately.
|Redaksioneel / Editorial - Jorrie Jordaan
The text of the Bible: Hermeneutics, exegesis and interpretation
Douw G. Breed
Vol 50, No 3 (2016), 2 pages
|Redaksioneel / Editorial - Paul Kruger
The message of the Bible as testimony to the world
Vol 50, No 4 (2016), 2 pages
|Redaksioneel / Editorial - Fika Janse van Rensburg
Vol 50, No 2 (2016), 2 pages
|ISSN: 1018-6441 (print) | ISSN: 2305-0853 (online)|
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