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Pastorale begeleiding van die self-mutileerder  [cached]
Wentzel C. Coetzer
In die Skriflig , 2012, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v46i2.69
Abstract: In hierdie artikel het dit geblyk dat die toenemende voorkoms van self-mutilering onder jongmense in talle gevalle as uitlaatklep gedien het vir opgeboude druk en nie soseer as ‘n selfmoordpoging nie. Heel dikwels was dit ‘n uitvloeisel van mishandeling en/of seksuele misbruik en die persoon het dan hierdie metode gebruik om van innerlike pyn ontslae te raak. Gevoelens van alleenheid, ‘n behoefte aan beheer, ‘n behoefte om net íéts te voel, asook ‘n behoefte om die self te straf, kon ook ‘n rol gespeel het. Die gesinsklimaat was oor die algemeen van besondere belang. Hierdie probleem het aan pastorale beraders en aan die kerk ‘n besondere uitdaging gebied deur onder andere veel meer op die probleem van pyn, asook die hantering daarvan te fokus. Dit het verband gehou met die feit dat ontkenning in die verlede ‘n groot rol gespeel het in sekere kerklike kringe en ook binne sekere gesinne. As deel van ‘n pastoraal-terapeutiese strategie in die begeleiding van die self-mutileerder kon aspekte soos die identifisering van die rol van leuens, die benutting van oplossings uit die verlede, vergifnis, nagmaal, gebed en meditasie gevolglik uiters belangrike komponente van die helingsproses gevorm het. Pastorale beraders sal hulleself ten volle op die hoogte moet bring van die verskynsel van self-mutilering ten einde in staat te wees om werklik te kan help. Pastoral guidance for the self-mutilator. In this article it seemed that the increase in the occurrence of self-mutilation among young people in many cases served as a pressure-relief valve and not a suicide attempt as such. It was very often the outcome of ill-treatment and/or sexual abuse and the person used this method to get rid of the inner pain. Feelings of aloneness, a need to be in control, a need to feel at least something and a need to punish the self could also have played a role. The family climate was generally very important. This provided a special challenge for pastoral counsellors as well as the church by, among others, focussing more on the problem of pain and how to handle it. This was relevant to the fact that denial had played a significant role in certain church circles as well as within some families. As part of the pastoral-therapeutic strategy in helping the self-mutilator, aspects such as identifying the role of lies, the use of solutions from the past, forgiveness, the Lord’s Supper, prayer, and meditation were therefore very important components in the healing process. Pastoral counsellors would have to be well informed about the phenomenon of self-mutilation in order to be able
Johannes 6 en die heilige Nagmaal
L. Floor
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1990, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v55i1-4.954
Abstract: John 6 and holy Communion. It is often observed that the Gospel of John, in its account of the passion week, does not give attention to the Lord's Supper. John definitely does recount a final, special, climactic supper of Jesus with his disciples (John 13:21 ff). But what he fails to mention is the institution of the bread and cup which relate to the body and blood of Christ. Already in chapter 6 John had presented what clearly seems to be an interpretation of the bread and the cup in connection with the Lord’s Supper. In a long, interpretative discourse Jesus speaks about eating his flesh and drinking his blood. The heart of that interpretative discourse is that the believer is to eat and drink Jesus Himself. This is stated quite crassly in materialistic terms. The metaphor of eating his flesh and drinking his blood is however used by Jesus to explain the mystery of a continuing communion with Him as the crucified and resurrected Lord.
Die heilige Nagmaal en kerklike tug  [cached]
A. le R. du Plooy
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1990, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v55i1-4.963
Abstract: Holy Communion and ecclesiastical discipline. This article intends to give an account of the Reformed Confession concerning aspects of the Lord's Supper and Church Discipline. Attention is given to relevant articles of faith in the Confession, the form for the sacrament of the Lord's Supper and certain articles of the Church Order of the Gereformeerde Kerke in Suid-Afrika. These documents, originating from the Reformation of the 16th and 17th century, are still upheld by many Reformed Churches. In contrast to this, since the period of the so-called "Nadere Reformasie" until recent times, the Confession of the Reformed Churches, in cam the Heidelberg Catechism as well as particular articles of the Church Order, has been strongly criticised or neglected. A short review is given of the historical background to the establishment of the Reformed beliefs concerning the Lord's Supper and Church Discipline regarding this sacrament. In conclusion relevant parts of Scripture, for example 1 Corinthians 11, are dealt with in order to determine whether the Confession conforms to Scripture and to emphasize the correspondence between the particular articles of faith and the Word of God.
Gewetebinding, Calvyn en die viering van die Nagmaal  [cached]
B.J. de Klerk
In die Skriflig , 2000, DOI: 10.4102/ids.v34i3.600
Abstract: Binding of the conscience, Calvin and the celebration of Holy Communion The context in which Scripture uses “conscience” determines the underlying relation of binding the conscience, freedom in Christ and essential and moderate matters. The Holy Spirit enables the conscience to discern which matters are essential and the believer receives the freedom (authority) in Christ not to be bound by moderate matters. Instances in which Scripture does not present a direct opinion and where it is doubtful whether a matter would indeed be essential or moderate, the conscience must not be bound, and the believer must be allowed to make a judgement of conscience by virtue of the gift of freedom in Christ, with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. For Calvin essential things are the dual unity of the Word and Holy Communion, the presence of Christ in Holy Communion, the sursum corda, and eating and drinking Christ with the Spirit through faith (cf. Confessio Belgica, art. 35). Moderate matters are external procedures, traditions elevated to principles, but even many more important aspects, such as the frequency of partaking of Holy Communion. Although Calvin provides Scriptural evidence for these aspects, he does not bind the conscience of others, as other conclusions could also be made from Scripture. Moderate matters are not of less importance and therefore Calvin leaves it to believers themselves to make their decisions on this matter by virtue of the freedom in Christ before God.
Die heelal en sy onstaan  [cached]
D. J. Van Rooy
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1952, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v20i1.1961
Abstract: Die wetenskappe (of wysbegeertes) wat hier ter sprake kom, is die kosmologie en kosmogonie, die leer van die inrigting en van die ontstaan van die kosmos of stoflike heelal.
Die eeufees en die toekoms  [cached]
W. N. Coetzee
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1969, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v37i2.1299
Abstract: Die eeufees van die P.U. vir C.H.O. vanjaar bring verskillende belangrike fasette na vore: die nederige en beskeie begin van die Universiteit, die formele besluit in geloof geneern wat ontplooi tot ’n magtige werklikheid, die onverstaanbare insig van die stigters m.b.t. die moontlikhede in die toekoms. Al hierdie gedagtes is beliggaam in verskillende geskrifte wat tydens die eeufees verskyn; wanneer hulle saam gelees word is dit of die panorama van die ontstaan, groei en volwassewording van die Universiteit voor mens oop lê. Vir almal wat aan die ideaal van ’n Christelike Universiteit verbonde is, is dit ’n verkwikking en versterking op die pad vorentoe.
Nagmaal deur die eeue - ’n Oorsig van hoofbeskouinge en gebruike  [cached]
N. P. Heystek
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1990, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v55i1-4.958
Abstract: Holy Communion throughout the ages - A review of the main views and customs. When examining the various views on and customs of the Holy Communion from 115 B.C. up to now, two main identifiable trends, namely the symbolic and the realistic tradition will soon be discovered. All views of and customs on Holy Communion can be reduced to one of the above two trends. Of the two traditions, the symbolic tradition is the older. However, in both traditions a variation of nuances can be traced. It has been found that the line 0/ development of the symbolic tradition, which was elaborated via Augustinus, Luther, Calvin and the Reformed Confessions, is based on the Bible. The realistic tradition can also be traced back to a very early date and mainly found acceptance in the Roman Catholic Church. It has however been found that this tradition is not based on the Bible.
Beskrywing en verklaaring in die Natuurwetenskap  [cached]
D. J. van Rooy
Koers : Bulletin for Christian Scholarship , 1956, DOI: 10.4102/koers.v23i4.1882
Abstract: Die waarneming van die n a tu u r en die beoefening van die natuurwetenskap het met die eerste mens begin.
Liturgiese afleidings uit die kontinu teit en diskontinu teit van die pasga en die nagmaal
B de Klerk
Acta Theologica , 2011,
Abstract: Liturgical deductions based on the continuity and discontinuity of Passover Holy Communion The Service of the Word constitutes the climax and junction of the liturgy during the service, and the Communion is the crucial confirmation and appropriation of the core of Scripture, namely Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. The question is whether liturgic deductions for the purpose of enriching the celebration of the Holy Communion can result from a consideration of the continuity and the discontinuity of Passover and the Communion of our Lord. A literature study was employed in the investigation of this question. Passover is probably the one Old Testamentical festival that is of importance for research regarding the Holy Communion, precisely because Jesus consciously chose the time of Passover to instate the Communion. Liturgical deductions are amongst other things made regarding both festivals as celebration of the great acts of redemption in history, the eating of bread and the drinking of wine during both festivals, the eschatological elements in both festivals and the elements of commemoration, proclamation and expectation in both festivals. In each instance the continuity and discontinuity are considered as well. Article text in Afrikaans
Die ekologie en verwantskappe van die Sandveld-Flora van die Nasionale Krugerwildtuin  [cached]
H. P. Van der Schijff
Koedoe : African Protected Area Conservation and Science , 1964, DOI: 10.4102/koedoe.v7i1.801
Abstract: Die ekologie en verwantskappe van die Sandveld-Flora van die Nasionale Krugerwildtuin
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