Die verhouding ‘kerk en volk’ in die jare 1835-1900 in die Oorvaalse: ’n terreinverkenning

HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies. 1991;47(3):783-799 DOI 10.4102/hts.v47i3.2432

 

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Journal Title: HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies

ISSN: 0259-9422 (Print); 2072-8050 (Online)

Publisher: AOSIS

Society/Institution: Reformed Theological College of the Netherdutch Reformed Church of Africa, at the Faculty of Theology of the University of Pretoria, Pretoria (South Africa)

LCC Subject Category: Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: The Bible | Philosophy. Psychology. Religion: Practical Theology

Country of publisher: South Africa

Language of fulltext: English, Dutch; Flemish, Afrikaans

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AUTHORS

A. D. Pont (Universiteit van Pretoria)

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Double blind peer review

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Time From Submission to Publication: 15 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

Church and nation 1835-1900: A survey The question of the relationship between church and nation is the subject of this historical investigation. Initially, the situation in the Cape colony in the period 1625-1800 is discussed, as well as the emergence of the Afrikaner nation. After the Great Trek and the establishment of Afrikaner republics in the north, church and nation accross the Vaal encompassed the same people. Through the teaching of the Nadere reformaiie, a mainly theocratic society was built and maintained till the war of 1899-1902.