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Reconciliation and Discipleship: A Journey from Being a Victim to Becoming a Victor.

Fossland, Anne Lise
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Norwegian Church Aid NCA Occasional Papers Series. Number 7/2001. Downloaded 19 December 2005.

The paper is (as is the thesis) theologically speaking to be found in the intersection between dogmatics
and ethics. I intend to see whether the suffering and attempts to reconciliation in the South African
society can give a deeper understanding of the reconciliation in Christ. And also to see how or whether the reconciliation in Christ can give a new dimension to human suffering and injustice on the one
hand, and on the other to a healing settlement after times of war and suppression. (excerpt)


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