Verbum et Ecclesia is a theological research journal that challenges traditional discourses within and between the fields of biblical, religious, social and human sciences as well as the constructive engagement with the natural sciences. It is an instrument of engagement between theological disciplines, on the one hand, and theology and other disciplines, on the other. View our Editorial Team.

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Erratum: The structure of Ezra-Nehemiah as a literary unit  
Hans-Georg Wünch
30 September 2022

Original Research

Pillars of our Faith  
Erna Oliver
30 September 2022

Original Research

Transformasie in die diverse Afrikanergemeenskap in die postapartheidera: Vier gevallestudies  
Almarie van Rooyen, Johan M. van der Merwe, Tanya van Wyk
27 September 2022

Original Research - Special Collection: African Hermeneutics

Deploying the theology of maggots on the excess manna (Ex 16:20) in the fight against corruption in Nigeria  
Collins I. Ugwu, Uchenna V. Eze
22 September 2022

Original Research

The Presbyterian Church of South Africa: The early years, 1897–1923, and future prospects  
Graham A. Duncan
21 September 2022

Original Research

The bride as a ‘locked garden’: An eco-sustainability retrieval of nature metaphor in Song of Songs 4:12–15  
Kivatsi J. Kavusa
16 September 2022

Original Research

Imago Dei and ecology: Rereading Genesis 1:26–28 from the perspective of Toba Batak in the ecological struggle in Tapanuli, Indonesia  
Andar G. Pasaribu, Roy C.H.P. Sipahutar, Eduward H. Hutabarat
15 September 2022

Original Research

The Friend at Midnight: A ‘realistic’ reading as a feminist tool  
Charel D. du Toit
15 September 2022

Original Research

South Africa’s Reformed Churches improved aspects of the Dutch church polity in the 19th century  
Philippus R. du Toit
14 September 2022

Original Research

Special Religious Education in a post-secular Australia  
Walter B. Firth
13 September 2022
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