This publication is a collection of 40 oral testimonies about Beyers NaudAc, but also about the apartheid era in general and about the role that Christianity played in that period. In addition to an abundance of insights on Beyers NaudAc by those who knew him best, it offers perspectives on the movements and entities that NaudAc associated himself with; for example, the Christian Institute, the South African Council of Churches and the people involved in both. Stories unfold a of faith and suffering, as well as betrayal, all against the background of an overtly racist apartheid state and by implication against a capitalist system with class divisions that degraded human beings and denied their human dignity.Conversations on the life of Beyers NaudAc. Somehow you and others ... Here was an Afrikaans teacher who was very strict and you cana#39;t write an Afrikaans essay if you dona#39;t use Afrikaans expressions in your essays. But Mr Strydoma#39;s reactionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cultivating Seeds of Hope|
|Publisher||:||AFRICAN SUN MeDIA - 2015-05-31|