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Die NG Kerk en die oorgang na ’n nuwe Suid-Afrika

D. E. de Villiers
Verbum et Ecclesia | Skrif en Kerk: Vol 20, No 1 | a1163 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/ve.v20i1.1163 | © 1999 D. E. de Villiers | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 06 August 1999 | Published: 06 August 1999

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D. E. de Villiers, (UP), South Africa

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The Dutch Reformed Church and the transition to a new South Africa
The comprehensive transformation of the South African society that followed the transfer of political power to a new government in 1994 has had significant consequences for the Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) and its members. In the article an analysis is given of these consequences. Attention is also given to the reaction of members of the DRC to the transformation of the society. An attempt is made to formulate a responsible approach to the new South Africa by the DRC and his members. The need for the DRC to inspire his members to be true to their Christian calling, to equip them to serve effectively and to find new and effective ways to witness publicly in the new South Africa, is stressed.


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