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URL :  Faith as Politics
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Author : Various Authors
Detail : 2015 | PDF | 7.4 Mb | 82 pages

eBook License: Public Access From https://repository.up.ac.za/

It was in May 2014 when Hans Engdahl observed in a conversation that a year later would mark the 100th birthday of Oom Bey, as the Reverend Beyers Naudé was fondly known. He was a role model not only for those committed Afrikaans-speaking white South Africans who, in their fight to achieve a home for all South Africans in a demo-cratic society, were willing to speak truth to power. In being made aware of this cente-nary, an earlier concerted effort came to mind: in December 2011 two symposia were held in Uppsala and Oslo respectively in a collaboration between the Dag Hammar-skjöld Foundation, the Nordic Africa Institute, the Dag Hammarskjöld programme at Voksenåsen and the Luthuli Museum. These symposia commemorated two Nobel Peace Laureates, Dag Hammarskjöld and Albert Luthuli, half a century after they were awarded the prize. (From Author)

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Faith as Politics and Politics as Faith - Ecumenical Witness for Social Justice - Beyers Naudé as Teacher - A Response to Ben Khumalo-Seegelken - Beyers Naudé’s Prophetic Voice - A Response to Horst Kleinschmidt - Beyers Naudé and the Theology of Reconciliation - A Response to Christo Lombard - UkuBuyisana
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