South Africa

God Has a Dream: A Vision of Hope For Our Time

Author: 
Desmond Tutu
Call Number: 
231.7 Tut
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114-1342AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
1-844-13567-7
Publication Date: 
2005
Publisher: 
Rider Books
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu has long been admired throughout the world for the heroism and grace he displayed while encouraging South Africans in their struggle for human rights. In this, his most soul-searching book to date, he shares the spiritual message that guided him through those troubled times.

Peacemaking in South Africa: A Life in Conflict Resolution

Author: 
H.W. van der Merwe
Call Number: 
968.06092 Mer
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114-1340AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
0-624-03913-7
Publication Date: 
2000
Publisher: 
Tafelburg Publishers
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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H.W. van der Merve has been described in the media as the man who brings South Africa's enemies together". Here he tells his own story, which is also largely the story of the South African "miracle" negotiated settlement.

Perceptions of Apartheid: Churches and Political Change in South Africa

Author: 
Ernie Regehr
Call Number: 
261.834 Reg
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11225AVAILABLELocated in Johannesburg
ISBN: 
0-8361-1899-5
Publication Date: 
1979
Publisher: 
Herald Press
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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Published in 1979, this book goes beyond labeling to explanation, tracing the Dutch Reformed church's' role in shaping South African race relations from the pragmatic multiracialism of the early Cape, the the isolation and racial exclusiveness of the Boer trekkers, to theological rationalizations of apartheid. But parallel to the Dutch Reformed church tradition, Regehr traces the countervailing influence of the multiracial churches, from their championing of 'native rights,' to their subsequent impact on Black nationalism, to their protest, though frequently compromised, against the injustices of the regime.

The Church Struggle in South Africa

Author: 
John W. de Gruchy
Call Number: 
261.8 Gru
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11183AVAILABLELocated in Johannesburg
ISBN: 
0-8028-1786-6
Publication Date: 
1979
Publisher: 
Eerdmans
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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The issues which have split South Africa politically have also fragmented the Body of Christ. The church's struggle in South Africa, says Alan Paton in his Foreword, has to do with several areas of conflict and tension within the church itself and in its dealing with the world. John W. de Gruchy attempts to unravel the complex story of the role of the church in South Africa, reviewing its divisions in the past, examining its position in the present, and reflecting upon its significance for the future.

God in South Africa: The Challenge of the Gospel

Author: 
Albert Nolan
Call Number: 
261.10968 Nol
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11177AVAILABLELocated in Johannesburg
ISBN: 
0-86486-07605
Publication Date: 
1988
Publisher: 
Eerdmans
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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This is a book about the gospel that is emerging out of the crisis in South Africa. It is a thoroughly contextual gospel based upon a sensitive reading of the signs of the times in South Africa today. It is a clear, simple, straightforward, prophetic and thoroughly South African book.For the poor and oppressed of South Africa, as for many people throughout the world, it will come as real good news that is hopeful and challenging.

The Church in South Africa: Today and Tomorrow

Author: 
B. Johanson, Editor
Call Number: 
276.8 Joh
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10802AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
0-949952-12-5
Publication Date: 
1975
Publisher: 
Zenith Printers
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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The papers collected in this book were read at the national Conference of the South Africa Council of Churches' meeting at Hammanskraal in July of 1975.

Church and Nationalism in South Africa

Author: 
Theo Sundermeier, Editor
Call Number: 
261.70968 Sun
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10801AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
0-86975-043-7
Publication Date: 
1975
Publisher: 
Ravan Press
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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A collection of papers complied from a conference held at the Lutheran Theological College at Mapumulo in 1975.

A House Divided: South Africa’s Uncertain Future

Author: 
John de St. Jorre
Call Number: 
320.6806 Jor
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10745AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
0-87003-009-4
Publication Date: 
1977
Publisher: 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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This is a vivid account of what has happened in South Africa and how the people who life there think and react. The book contains an analysis of the white and black power structures, an assessment of Pretoria's political and military strategy.

Revolution or Reconciliation: The Struggle in the Church in South Africa

Author: 
Rachel Tingle
Call Number: 
261.70968 Tin
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10713AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
0-9751372114
Publication Date: 
1992
Publisher: 
Christian Studies Centre
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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This book examines the startling claim that the climate of violence in South Africa in the early 1990s was partly caused as a result of the activities of sections of the Church. It explains how new trends in theology influencing the Church in many parts of the world developed in South Africa into a means for legitimizing violence- viewed as a necessary instrument for political liberation. The author argues that this is a perversion of the Gospel, Tingle states that it is essential that all Churches in South Africa return to preaching the true Gospel of Jesus Christ and working for reconciliation.

Christianity in South Africa

Author: 
Martin Prozesky
Call Number: 
261.10968 Pro
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10712AVAILABLE
ISBN: 
1-86812-251-4
Publication Date: 
1990
Publisher: 
Southern Book Publishers
Location: 
ANiSA Resource Centre
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The story of the gospel of love in South Africa and its complex interplay with other aspects of the country's life, including apartheid, is a haunting, fertile theme. This book is a provocative new study of fourteen aspects of this story by leading academic and church writers. Forward by Desmond Tutu
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