Monthly Archives: November 2011

Outstanding issues and the like …

The plucky advert of Nando’s: “The chicken come home to roost …” is relevant to this posting by the “FW de Klerk Foundation”. Things are far from settled and we might be entering the next phase in our nations turbulent … Continue reading

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The beauty of it all … mathematically!

Here’s something to look at, think about and marvel at. Thanks RS for the link: the-beauty-of-mathematics

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Fundamental LCSA texts

Thankfully my father Rev. E.A.W.Weber DD has translated some key-texts for his class on the history of the Lutheran Church in Southern Africa, which he gave at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Tshwane during the 4th Quarter of 2011. Here … Continue reading

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Lutheran Co-Responsibility for Christian Witness in Southern Africa

Lutherische Mitverantwortung fuer das christliche Zeugnis im suedlichen Afrika. Lutheran co-responsibility for Christian witness in Southern Africa  

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What does Ratzinger say on Liturgy?

Read for yourself. Here is a lecture by one of South African leading Roman Catholic scholars on this topic. Thanks to Kantor Stephen Rosebrock for the link. 2011 – Prof Moss on Pope Benedict XVI [Joseph Ratzinger] and the Liturgy

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I hear the rains down in Africa …

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Order of divine service and sermon for Sunday in isiZulu and seTswana

We thank Father Weber for the posting of these sermons in isiZulu and seTswana for the coming 3rd last Sunday of the Church year. Lutheran Heritage Foundation, which funds the distribution of these sermons in Southern Africa, is celebrating its … Continue reading

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Neues aus der VELKD zu Mission, Oekumene und Kirche

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Caveat

PRESIDENT ZUMA AND THE BALANCE BETWEEN THE EXECUTIVE AND THE JUDICIARY By Dave  Steward The Centre for Constitutional Rights is deeply concerned about the comments that President Zuma made Tuesday in Parliament regarding the relative powers of the executive and … Continue reading

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For those, who care for South Africa…

THE BLACK AND WHITE GREEN PAPER ON LAND REFORM By Dave Steward Few documents provide a more disheartening illustration of the degree to which our national discourse has been re-racialised than the recently published Green Paper on Land Reform. The … Continue reading

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