Unshackled

This special edition was sub-edited by Stephan de Beer (Centre for Contextual Ministry)

This series originally appeared in the HTS Theological Studies/ Teologies Studies 71(3), 2015

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The role of urban religion in seeking peace beyond the mere absence of community conflict: A reading of Ephesians 2:11–22, with the homeless in...

Urban religion, often visible in the work of faith-based organisations which consciously aim at unshackling...

A vision for peace in the City of Tshwane: Insights from the homeless community – Lukwikilu Mangayi, Themba Ngcobo

Communities living on the margins of society, such as the homeless, are overlooked in the process...

Responsibility: A case for the homeless in the City of Tshwane – Eugene Baron

It is without doubt that the marginalised and destitute, such as homeless people, need all...

Community engagement as the organic link with the street: Creating a learning community between the academy and homeless people in Tshwane – Nico Botha

Does the current community engagement project, of the Department of Christian Spirituality, Church History and...

Urban marginality, religious liminality, and the black poor – R. Drew Smith

While many persons within westernised or westernising nations such as the United States of America...

(Un-)shackling the University in the City – Ulrike Kistner

This article examines the relation between the University of Pretoria and the City of Tshwane,...

Unshackling the Church – Vuyani Vellem

In whose ‘order’, ‘newness’ and ‘foundation’ is ecclesiology based in South Africa? The colonial legacy...

The university, the city and the clown: A theological essay on solidarity, mutuality and prophecy – Stephan de Beer

This essay is informed by five different but interrelated conversations all focusing on the relationship...