IRVING HEXHAM

PUBLICATIONS

July 1998

Theses:

1. Some Aspects of the Contemporary Search for An Alternative Society (unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Bristol, 1972, pp. 60 + 64)

2. Totalitarian Calvinism: The Reformed "Dopper" Community in South Africa, 1902-1919 (unpublished, Ph.D. thesis, University of Bristol, 1975)

Books:

1. The Irony of Apartheid, (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 1981), pp. 239.

2. Understanding Cults and New Religions, with Karla Poewe (Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1986, pp 170)

3. A Concise Dictionary of Religion (Downers Grove, Inter-Varsity, 1993), pp. 245.

4. New Religions as Global Cultures, with Karla Poewe (Boulder, Westview Press, March 1997) pp. 180.

5.Kompaktlexikon Religionen, translated and edited by Rüdiger Hauth, (Wuppertal, R. Brockhaus Verlag, 1998) pp. 372.

Short Monographs:

1. The New Paganism: Yoga & UFO's (Potechefstroom, University of Potchefstroom, 1973), pp. 20.

2. Calvinism & Culture: A Historical Perspective (Potchefstroom, Institute for Reformational Studies, 1982), pp. 16.

3. Bibliographical Guide to New Religious Movements (Winnipeg, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Manitoba, 1983), pp. 50.

4. The Bible, Justice,& the Culture of Poverty (London, Social Affairs Unit, 1985), pp. 20.

5. Ideas: Africans & Afrikaners, with Karla Poewe, (Montreal, CBC, 1989), pp. 18.

Edited Books:

1. Religion, Economics, and Social Thought, edited, with Walter Block (Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1986), pp. 573.

2. Zulu Religion: Texts and Interpretations. Vol. I: Traditional Zulu Ideas About God (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 1987), pp. 455.

3. Afro-Christian Religion & Healing in Southern Africa, editor, with G.C. Oosthuizen (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 1989), pp. 432.

4. The Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, editor J.D. Douglas, consulting editor, with Robert G. Clouse et al (Grand Rapids, Baker, 1991), pp. 896.

5. Afro-Christianity at the Grassroots in Southern Africa, edited, with G.C. Oosthuizen (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 1991), pp. 412.

6. Empirical Studies of African Independent/Indigenous Churches, edited, with G. C. Oosthuizen (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen), 1992, pp. 345.

7. The Scriptures of the amaNazaretha of Ekuphakameni, translated from the Zulu by the Rt. Rev. Londaukosi iNsiKayakho Shembe and Hans-Jürgen Becken, with introductory essays by Irving Hexham and G.C. Oosthuizen and (Calgary, University of Calgary Press, 1994), pp. xlix + 144.

8. The Story of Isaiah Shembe: History and Traditions Centered on Ekuphakameni and Mount Nhlangakazi, translated by Hans-Jürgen Becken, edited with G.C. Oosthuizen (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press) 1996, pp. 258.

General Editor:

1. Heavens of Health in a Zulu City, J. Kiernan (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen, 1990), pp. 277.

2. Historiography and historical sources regarding African indigenous churches, H.L. Pretorius (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press), 1995, pp. 142.

3. An analysis of Some Hymns of the Zionist Christian Church, P.J. Naude (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press), 1995, pp. 159.

Books in Progress:

1. Atoms, Ancestors and the Nature of Religion

2. Christians, Germans and Holocaust Denial (Downers Grove, Inter-Varsity Press).

3. The Christian Heritage of Germany, with Lothar Köpe (Grand Rapids, Zondervan).

Editing in Progress:

1. The Acts of the Nazaretha: Oral Tradition and the Early History of the People of Shembe, translated by Hans-Jürgen Becken.

2. The Sun and the Moon: Oral Testimony and the Sacred History of the Ama-Nazarites Under the Leadership of Johannes Galilee Shembe and Amos Shembe, translated by Hans-Jürgen Becken.

3. Zulu Religion: Texts and Interpretations. Vol. II: Witchcraft and Divination.

Edited Journals:

1. Journal of the Christian Brethren Research Fellowship, "Understanding World Religions," (Exeter), May 1972, No. 23, Articles by Ninian Smart, Eric Sharpe, and Muhammad Igbal, pp. 30.

2. NUREL-L, electronic journal/discussion group on Internet, devoted to the study of New Religious Movements, founded November, 1992, ongoing.

3. CALVIN-L, electronic journal/discussion group on Internet, devoted to the study of Calvinism, 1923-1995.

Web Sites:

In addition to printed publications I have published an extensive Web Site, NUREL WEB SITE For the Study of Cults, Sects, New and Contemporary Religions. It contains a number of new documents plus links and reprints, and can be found at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~nurelweb

My complete c.v. can also be found at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~hexham/personal

Refereed Articles and Chapters in Books:

1. "Just like another Israel", Religion (London), 1977, 7/1, pp. 1-7.

2. "Theology, Exorcism and the Amplification of Deviancy", The Evangelical Quarterly (Exeter), April-June, 1977 Vol. XLIX, No. 2, pp. 111-116.

3. "The Students and the Theological School," In die Skriflig (Potchefstroom), 1978, 12/46, pp. 18-30.

4. "Religious Conviction or Political Tool: The Problem of Christian National Education", Journal of Theology for Southern Africa (Cape Town), No. 26, March 1979, pp. 13-23.

5. "Calvinism and the Stigma of Apartheid", Third Way (London), July 1979, pp.-20-21.

6. "Zulu Tragedy", Third Way (London), August 1979, p. 7.

7. "Cracking the Moonie Code", CRUX (Vancouver), September 1979, pp. 25-28.

8. "Calvinism and Culture,", CRUX (Vancouver), December 1979, pp. 14-19.

9. "Witnessing to the Cults", CRUX (Vancouver), March 1980, pp. 12-14.

10. "Learning to live with Robots", Christian Century (Chicago), May 21, 1980, pp. 574-578.

11. "Deprogramming: Should Christians Support the Practice?", written, with Rudy Dirks, CRUX (Vancouver), March 1981, pp. 15-20.

12. "Dutch Calvinism and the Origins of Afrikaner Nationalism", African Affairs (London), Spring 1980, pp. 195-208.

13. "Afrikaner Nationalism and the South African War", in The South African War, edited by Peter Warwick, (London, Longmans, 1980), pp. 386-403.

14. "Christianity and Apartheid: An Introductory Bibliography", The Reformed Journal (Grand Rapids), April 1980, pp. S1-S11.

14a. "Christianity and Apartheid: An Introductory Bibliography", reprinted in Journal of Theology for Southern Africa (Cape Town), September 1980, pp. 39-59.

15. "Racism and Evangelical Missionaries: Some examples and questions", Missiology (Pasadena), Vol. IX, No. 3, July 1981, pp. 311-321.

16. "Rationality and the Cults", Third Way (London), August 1981, pp. 14-16.

17. "Lord of the Sky-King of the Earth: Zulu Traditional Religion and Belief in the Sky God", Studies in Religion (Waterloo), Vol. 10, 3, 1981, pp. 273-285.

18. "Some Aspects of Religion and Spiritual Healing in Cultsville, a Contemporary North American City", in Studies in Church History, ed., W. Sheils (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1983), pp.415-429.

19. "Conversion and Consolidation in an English Town: The Freaks of Glastonbury: 1967-1982", Update (Aarhus), March 1983, pp. 3-12.

20. "Abraham Kuyper and Christian Politics", CRUX (Vancouver), Vol. XIX, No. 1, March 1983, pp. 2-7.

21. "A Short History of Black Theology in South Africa", Revue Africaine de Theologie (Kinshasa), Vol. 6, No. 12, October 1983, pp. 189-203.

22. "A Bibliographical Guide to Cults, Sects and New Religious Movements: Part I", Update (Arhus), Vol. 7, No 4 December 1983, pp. 40-46.

23. "A Bibliographical Guide to Cults, Sects and New Religious Movements: Part II",Update (Arhus), Vol. 8 No 1 March 1984, pp. 36-48.

24. "Science Fiction, Christianity and Technic Civilization", Word and World (St. Paul), Vol IV. No 1, Winter, 1984, pp. 35-42.

25. "Christian Neo-Fascism: A Possible Cultural Future?", in Canadian Cultural Futures, edited by G. Spraakman, T. Becher & K. Wilde, (Montreal, Canadian Futures Association, 1984), pp. 41-46.

26. "New Religions in Canada," with Raymond Currie and Joan Townsend, in The New Canadian Encyclopedia, edited by James Ogilvy (Edmonton, Hurtig, 1985), Vol.2, pp. 1241-1243.

27. "Attitudes to Law of the New Christian Right in America", in Law in a Cynical Society? Opinion and Law in the 1980's, eds., D. Gibson and J.K. Baldwin, (Calgary, Carswell, 1985), pp.358-363

28. "Religion in Southern Africa", Religious Studies Review, (Waterloo), June 1985, Vol. II, No.4, pp. 370-378.

29. "Christian Social Thought in the Dutch Neo-Calvinist Tradition: A Comment on Bob Goudzwaard's Views", in Religion, Economics and Social Thought, eds., Walter Block and Irving Hexham (Vancouver, The Fraser Institute, 1986), pp.265-275.

30. "F.B. Welbourn and the Study of Religion" in Fred Welbourn by His Friends, edited by H. Welbourn (Bristol, Privately Published, 1986), pp.108-113.

31. "The New Charismatic Churches in Durban, Johannesburg, and Pretoria," with Karla Poewe, Human Sciences Research Bulletin (Pretoria), 1987, Vol, 17, No. 9, pp. 32-36.

32. "Modernity or Reaction in South Africa: The Case of Afrikaner Religion", in Religion and Modernity, edited by William Nichols (Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1988), 62-88.

33. "The Soul of the New Age", with Karla Poewe-Hexham, Christianity Today (Chicago), September 2, 1988, pp. 17-21.

34. "The `Evidence' for Atlantis", with Karla Poewe-Hexham, Christian Research Journal (San Juan Capistrano), Vol.12, No.1, Summer 1988, pp.16-19.

35. "Charismatic and Change in South Africa", with Karla Poewe-Hexham, The Christian Century (Chicago), August, 7-24, 1988, pp. 738-740.

36. "Reply to Charismatics in South Africa", with Karla Poewe-Hexham, The Christian Century (Chicago), January 4-11, 1989, pp. 19-21.

37. "Beyond the Myth of Apartheid," in The Future of Religion, edited by Gerald Pillay, (Pretoria, Serva Publishers, 1989), pp. 147-153.

37a "Beyond the myth of apartheid: charismatic Christianity and the future of Afrikaner religion," in Religion and the Future, edited by Gerald J. Pillay (Pretoria, HSRC, 1992), pp. 149-166. This chapter is an expanded version of the paper originally published in 1989.

38. "Charismatics and Apartheid," with Karla Poewe-Hexham, Charisma (Lake Mary, Florida), Vol. 15, No. 10, May 1990, pp. 62-70.

39. "Possible Theosophical Influences on the Rise of African Independent Churches in South Africa During the Early Years of the Twentieth Century", in Religion Alive: Afro-Christianity at the Grassroots, eds., I. Hexham and G.C. Oosthuizen (Lewiston, Edwin Mellen Press, 1991), pp 364-392.

40. "African Religions & the Nature of Religious Studies," Religious Studies: Issues, Prospects and Proposals, eds., K.K. Klostermaier and L.W. Hurtado (Atlanta, Scholars Press, 1991), pp. 361-379.

41. "African Religions: Recent & Lesser Known Works," Religion, (Lancaster), Vol. 20; 1990, pp. 361-372.

42. "The Perception of Mormons by Rural Canadian Youth," with Merlin Brinkerhoff, Elaine Grandon, and Carson Pue, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 1991, pp. 479-486.

43. "On Plagiarism and Integrity in Scholarly Activity," Humanist: Humanities Computing, 5:4, 3 April 1992, received electronically via Humanist @ Brownvm.Bitnet, 5.0814. (This article was published electronically. Cited in Lingua Franka, September/October 1992, pp. 18-20, and College & Research Libraries, Vol.53, No. 5, September 1992, p. 455.)

44. "The Evangelical Response to the New Age," in Perspectives on the New, edited by James R. Lewis and Gordon Melton (New York, SUNY, 1992), pp. 152-163.

45 "Canadian Evangelicals," in The Sociology of Religion: A Canadian Focus, edited by Ted Hewitt (Toronto, Macmillan, 1993), pp. 289-302.

46. "Charismatic Churches and Apartheid in South Africa," with Karla Poewe, in All Together in One Place, edited by Harold Hunter (Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 1993), pp. 73-83.

47. "Evolution: The Central Mythology of the New Age Movement," in RELIGION AND THE SOCIAL ORDER. Between Sacred and Secular: Research and Theory on Quasi-Religion, edited by Arthur L. Greil and Thomas Robbins (Greenwich, JAI Press, 1994), pp. 303-321.

48. "Charismatic Churches in South Africa: A Critique of Criticisms and Problems of Bias," with Karla Poewe, in Charismatic Christianity as a Global Culture, edited by Karla Poewe (Columbia, South Carolina University of South Carolina Press, 1994), pp 50-69.

49. "Henry Callaway, Religion, and Rationalism in Nineteenth Century Mission History," in Missionsgeschichte -Kirchengeschichte-Weltgeschichte (Mission-History-Church History-World History,) edited by Ulrick van der Heyden, Stuttgart, Franz Steinver Verlag, 1996, pp. 439-449.

50. "New Religions," with Joan Townsend and Kalra Poewe, The 1997 Canadian Encyclopedia Plus - CD ROM, edited by James Ogilvy ( Toronto, MacClelland & Stewart, Edmonton, 1996) pp 8.

51. "Christianity in Transorangia prior to 1910," with Karla Poewe, in Christianity in South Africa, edited by Richard Elphick and Rodney Davenport, (Cape Town: David Philip; Berkeley, University of California Press), (Cape Town. David Philip) 1997, pp. 121-134, and 421-427.

52 "Wer War Isaiah Shembe," Zeitschrift für Relilgions- und Geistesgeschichte, (Leiden, Brill) 49:3, November 1997, pp. 217-230.

52a "Isaiah Shembe: Zulu Religious Leader," Religion, 27:4, October 1997, pp. 361-373, this is a revised English version of 52.

53 "Verfassungsfeindlich: Church, State and New Religions in Germany," Nova Religio, April 1999

54 "Recent Writings on the New Age Movement," Books and Culture, April-May 1999.

55 "Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches in South Africa," with Karla Poewe, Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, ed. Stanley M. Burgess, Grand Rapids, Zondervan, forthcoming.

56 "Conversion in Zulu New Religions," in Studies in Conversion, ed. Darrol Bryant, London, C. Hurst, in press.

Short Refereed Encyclopedia and Dictionary Articles:

1 Armstrongism, pp. 81-81; British Israelism, pp. 174-175; Children of God, p. 211; Communitarianism, p. 258; Comparative Religion, p. 259; Cults, p. 289; Dooyeweerd, Herman, pp. 330-331; Glastonbury, p. 442; Jehovah's Witnesses, pp. 577-578; Kuyper, Abraham, p. 616; Mormonism, 735-737; Murray, Andrew, p. 741; New Religious Movements, p. 767; Positive Thinking, p. 863; Satanism and Witchcraft, pp. 973-974; Van Prinsterer, Guillaume Groen, p. 1134.

In The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, W. A. Elwell, ed., (Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1984).

2. Advertising, pp. 7-8; Business Ethics, pp. 44-46; Corporate Responsibility", pp. 92-93; Mass Media, Ethics of, pp. 249-250.

In the Encyclopedia of Biblical and Christian Ethics ed., R.K. Harrison (Nashville, Thomas Nelson, 1987).

3. Civil Religion, pp. 147-148; Abraham Kuyper, p. 374; Murray, Andrew, p. 447. New Religions, pp. 460-461; Slavery, p. 643-645.

In The New Dictionary of Theology; eds., Sinclair B. Ferguson and David F. Wright (Leicester, Inter-Varsity Press, 1988).

4. Russell, Charles Taze, p. 1032; Smith, Joseph Jr., p. 1097-1098.

In the Dictionary of Christianity in America, D. G. Reid, ed. (Downers Grove, Inter-Varsity Press, 1990).

5. Armstrongism, p. 41; Christadelphians, pp. 176-177; Christian Science, pp. 180-181; Comparative Religion, pp. 222-223; Confucianism, pp. 227-228; Doukhobors, p. 273.; Ron L. Hubbard, p. 410; Sects and Cults, p. 743-744; Southern Africa, 773-775; Taoism, p. 809; Zoroastrianism, p. 895.

In The Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, eds., J.D. Douglas, et. al., (Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1991).

6. Isaiah Shembe, p. 617.

In Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions, ed. G. Anderson, (New York, Simon and Schuster 1997).

Callaway, Henry.

In Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 4th. edition, ed Jörg Persch, (Tübingen, J.C.B. Mohr) forthcoming.

Translations of my work:

1. "Endetiden er ofte neglen til at forsa nye sekter," short extract from Understanding Cults and New Religions, translated into Danish by Per Borgaard, and published in Ikon, Arhus, Denmark, Np. 12, September 1995, pp. 11-12.

2.Concise Dictionary of Religion translated for R. Brockhaus Verlag as Kompaktlexikon Religionen by Rüdiger Hauth, (Wuppertal, R. Brockhaus Verlag, 1998) pp. 372.

Journalism:

1. "Christianity in Eastern Europe," Cheadle Magazine (Cheadle), January 1963, p. 16.

2. "14 Days in Berlin," Link-Up, (Manchester), October 1964, pp. 5-9.

3. "UFOlogy and Christianity", Editorial Christianity Today (Carol Stream), March 10, 1978, p. 55.

4. "Battlestar Galactica and the New Mythology", HIS (Downers Grove), May 1979, pp. 17-19.

5. "Slow Train Coming", HIS (Downers Grove), February 1980, pp. 12-13.

6. "Afrikanerdom in Crisis", Christian Science Monitor (Boston), October 20, 1981, p. 27.

7. "Are the Cults Really Coming?", Christianity Today (Carol Stream), May 21, 1982, pp. 44-45.

8. "A confusing but exhilarating assembly: Reflections on the Vancouver meeting of the World Council of Churches", The Mennonite Mirror (Winnipeg), January, 1984, p. 22 & 29.

9. "Special Report: The Church in South Africa", Christianity Today (Carol Stream), November 2, 1986, written with Fredrick Hale, Terry Muck and Paul Robbins, pp. 1-15.

10. "Witchcraft" and "Afrikaner Wounds Linger", in The Calgary Herald (Calgary), July 3, 1986, p.A5.

11. "The South African Problem", The Alberta Report (Edmonton), 22 February, 1989, p. 5.

12. "Sanctions and South Africa", with Karla Poewe, The Calgary Herald (Calgary), 30/3/89. p.A5.

13. "Bleak Future drives Afrikaners to suicide", & Karla Poewe, Calgary Herald, 31/3/89, p.A5.

14. "Confronting New Age Nonsense", Christian Week (Winnipeg), 21, February, 1989, p. 17.

15. "Debunking New Age Apologetics",Christian Week (Winnipeg), 21, March, 1989, p. 8.

16. "The 'Myth' of Atlantis in New Age Apologetics"Christian Week (Winnipeg), 4 April 1989, p. 11.

17. "Are Missionaries fading out?", The Alberta Report (Edmonton), 24 April, 1989, p. 28.

18. "New Age Critiques", Christian Week (Winnipeg), 6 March 1990, p. 14.

19. "Christian Reconstruction," Christian Week, (Winnipeg), February 5, 1991, p. 14.

20. "Christian Reconstruction and its Critics," Christian Week, (Winnipeg), February 19, 1991, p. 18.

21. "Reflections on Brighton," Charisma, (Mary Lake), October, 1991, p. 24.

22. "Facing the Strange Faiths of the 1990's," Christian Week, (Winnipeg), September 18, 1991, p. 18.

23. "Facts about religious extremism in Alberta," Christian Week (Winnipeg), April 13, 1993, p. 10.

24. "Academic research helps us all," Calgary Sun, December 24, 1994.

25. "Saturday Insider: Deep rifts threaten Germany," Calgary Sun, May 20, 1995, p. 11.

26. "Transforming Higher Education: Vision or Mirage?," University of Calgary Gazette, 5 February, 1996, pp. 6-7.

27. "Academic Administrators of Professional Administrators?", University of Calgary Gazette, (Calgary), 18 February, 1997, p. 4.

28. "UFO Religion," Christian Century,(Chicago), 17 May, 1997, p. 439-440.

29. "Web Sites for Religion," Net Innovatons, (Guelph), May/June 1997, p. 9.

Book Reviews:

1. Kontakion for You Departed, by Alan Paton, London, Jonathan Cape, 1969. Christian Brethren Research Journal, 1970, ?

2. Out of Concern for the Church, ed. John A. Olthuis, Toronto, Wedge, 1970. The Witness, March 1971, Vol. 101, No. 1203, pp. 112-112a.

3. Zen-Existentialism: The Spiritual Decline of the West. A Positive Answer to the Hippies, Change, Lit-Sen, Philadelphia, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 1969, pp. 254. The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, No. 12, 1972, p. ?

4. Prisoners of Hope, M. Cassidy, Maseru, Africa Enterprise, 1974, pp. 183. Missionalia, Vol. 3, No. 1, April 1975, p. ?

5. I Will Heal Their Land, Michael Cassidy, Maseru, Africa Enterprise, 1974, pp. 357. Missionalia, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1974, ?

6. Teaching in a Multi-Racial Society, Maurice Hobbs, London, Christian Teachers Association, 1976, pp. 83. The Journal of the Evangelical Race Relations Group, Vol. 2, No. 2, August 1976.

7. Forbidden Pastures: Education Under Apartheid, Freda Troup, London, Defense and Aid Fund, 1976, pp. 72, Multiracial School, vol. 5, no. 1, 1976.

8. In Gesprek met sektes, A.C. Barnard, Cape Town and Pretoria, N. G. Kerk, 1971, pp. 90. The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, Aberdeen, No. 20, 1976.

9. Die sociale probleme en taak van die Kerk in die industriele gebied, P.J. Jordaan, Cape Town and Johannesburg, Tafelberg, 1971, p. 110. The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, Aberdeen, no. 20, 1976.

10. Die Kerkregtelike ontwikkeling van die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika: 1962-1975, by E.P.J. Kleynahans, Bloemfontein, N.C., Sendinguitgewers, 1973, The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, Aberdeen, no. 20, 1976.

11. As biduurklokke lui. 'n Bundel met 12 reekse onderwerpe vir Pinksterbidure, W.F. Loots, Bloemfontein, N. G. Senkinguitgewers, 1973, pp. 207, The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, Aberdeen, no. 20, 1976.

12. Die Loedolff-saak en die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk 1862-1962, 'n Kerkhistories-Kerkregtelilke Studie, by P.B. Watt, van der, Cape Town, Tafelburg, 1973, pp. 268. The Bulletin of the Scottish Institute of Missionary Studies, Aberdeen, no. 20, 1976.

13. African Politics in South Africa: 1964-1974, by D.A. Kotze, London, Hurst, 1975, pp. 276. Africa, Vol. 47, No. 1, 1976.

14. Kimbangu: An African Prophet and his Church, by Marie-Louise Martin, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, 1976, pp. 186. Christianity Today, October 1977.

15. The Puritans in Africa, by W. de Klerk, London, Rex Collins, 1975, pp. 376. Africa, Vol. 48, No. 1, 1978.

16. The Rise of Afrikanerdom: Power, Apartheid and the Afrikaner Civil Religion, by T. Dunbar Moodie, Berkeley & London, University of California Press, 1975, pp. 322, Africa, Vol. 48, No. 1, 1978.

17. The Christian Couple, by Larry and Nordis Christenson, Minneapolis, Bethany Fellowship, 1977, pp. 185. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Vol. 22, No. 1, March 1979.

18. Dynamic Religious Movements, by David J. Hesselgrave, ed., Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1978, pp. 326. The Westminster Theological Journal, Vol. XLI, No. 2, Spring 1979.

19. Naude: Prophet to South Africa, by G. McLeod Bryan, Atlanta, John Knox, 1978, p. 153. The Reformed Journal, Vol. 29, No. 5, May 1979.

20. The Puppet Master, by Yamamoto, J. Isamu, Downers Grove, Inter-Varsity, 1977, pp. 136. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, Vol. 22, No. 2, June 1979.

21. The Coming Third Church, by Walbert Buhlmann, Maryknoll, Orbis, 1975, pp. 419. Christianity Today, June 29, 1979.

22. A General Theory of Secularization, by David Martin, New York, Harper & Row, pp. 353, CRUX, Vol. XV, No. 4, 1979.

23. Science, Sin and Scholarship, by Irving Horowitz, Cambridge, MIT Press, 1979, pp. 290. CRUX, Vol. XV, No. 4, 1979.

24. A Time for Consideration, by Darrol M. Bryant, and Herbert W. Richardson, ed., Toronto, the Edwin Mellen Press, 1978, pp. 317. CRUX, Vol. XV., No. 4, 1979.

25. Politics and Christianity in Malawi 1875-1940; The Impact of the Livingstonian Mission on the Northern Region, by John McCracken, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1977, pp. 324. Africa, Vol. 49, No. 4, 1979.

26. Faith Founded on Fact, by John Warwick Montgomery, New York, Nelson, 1979, pp. 240. Christianity Today, February 8, 1980.

27. A Christian Social Perspective, by Storkey, Alan, Leicester, Inter-Varsity Press, pp. 416. CRUX, Vol. XVI, No. 1, 1980.

28. A Time for Consideration, by M. Darrol Bryant, and Herbert W. Richardson, Toronto, Edwin Mellen Press, 1978, pp. 320. Studies in Religion, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1980.

29. Exploring Unification Theology, by M. Darrol Bryant, and Susan Hodges, New York, Rose of Sharon Press, 1978, pp. 168. Studies in Religion, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1980.

30. Evangelical-Unification Dialogue, by Richard and Rodney Sawatsky, eds., New York, Rose of Sharon Press, 1979, pp. 374. Studies in Religion, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1980.

31. Perceptions of Apartheid, Ernie Regehr, Scottsdale, Herald Press. CRUX, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, September 1982.

32. The Church Struggle in South Africa, by John de Gruchy, Scottsdale, Herald Press, CRUX, vol. XVIII, no. 3, September 1982.

33. Understanding Church Growth and Decline, by Dean R. Hoge and David Roozen, New York, Pilgrim Press, 1979. CRUX, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, March 1982, pp. 28.

34. Converts, Dropouts and Returnees by Dean R. Hoge, New York, Pilgrim Press, 1981. CRUX, Vol. XVIII, No. 1, March 1982, pp. 28.

35. Capitalism and Progress, by Bob Goudzwaard, Grand Rapids, Wm. B. Eerdmans, CRUX, vol. XIX, no. 1, March 1983.

36. Reflections of a Woman Anthropologist, by Manda Cesara, New York, Academic Press, The Mennonite Mirror, June 1983.

37. Perceptions of Apartheid, by Ernie Regehr, Scottsdale, Herald Press, The Mennonite, 1-8- 1983.

38. Perceptions of Apartheid, by Ernie Regehr, Scottsdale, Herald Press, in The Mennonite Mirror, September 1983.

39. Visions of the New Jerusalem, by Benjamin G. Smillie, ed., Edmonton, NuWest Press, pp. 207. CRUX, December 1983.

40. Reflections of a Woman Anthropologist, by Manda Cesara, London, Academic Press, in Studies in Religion, Vol. 13, No.2, 1984.

41. Social Justice and the Christian Church, by R.H. Nash. Westminster Theological Journal Vol. XLVI, No.2, Fall 1984.

42. Essays in the Sociology of Perception, by Mary Douglas, ed., London, Routledge and Kegan Paul. CRUX, Vol. XX, No.2, 1984.

43. Afrikaner Political Thought Analysis and Documents, by Andre du Toit and Hermann Giliomee, Volume One: 1780-1850, University of California Press, 1983, pp. 309. Canadian Journal of African Studies, vol. 19, No.2. 1985.

44. Apartheid is a Heresy, by John de Gruchy and Charles Villa-Vicencio eds., Grand Rapids, Eerdmans, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 1985.

45. Volkskapitalisme: Class, capital and ideology in the Development of Afrikaner Nationalism 1934-1948, Dan O'Meara, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1983. The Journal of Southern African Studies Vol. X1, No.2, April 1985.

46. Ideology on a Frontier: The Theological Foundations of Afrikaner Nationalism, 1652-1910, J. Alton Templin, Westport, Greenwood Press, 1984. Christian Century, 19-26 June 1985.

47. Modern Kongo Prophets, Wyatt Macgaffey, Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1983. Culture, Vol. 2, 1985, pp.103-105.

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