Godsdiensvryheid in 'n toekomstige Suid-Afrika in die lig van artikel 36 van die Nederlandse Geloofsbelydenis

In die Skriflig. 1993;27(3):307-322 DOI 10.4102/ids.v27i3.1463


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Journal Title: In die Skriflig

ISSN: 1018-6441 (Print); 2305-0853 (Online)

Publisher: AOSIS

Society/Institution: Reformed Theological Society

LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: Practical Theology: Practical religion. The Christian life

Country of publisher: South Africa

Language of fulltext: English, Afrikaans

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J. M. Vorster


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Time From Submission to Publication: 11 weeks


Abstract | Full Text

Freedom of religion is a basic human right and is acknowledged as such in Christian ethics. The application of religious freedom may, however, not lead to a reduction of Christian faith and doctrine: it should also not result in a society with 'freedom from religion'. Christians should be able to ma­nifest their religious beliefs in teaching, practice, worship, observance, mis­sionary activity and evangelism.