ABOUT THE JOURNAL
Theologia Viatorum seeks to delve into the theology of the pilgrim and/or traveler. The journal aims to explore aspects of theology and religion in order to deepen our understanding of God and to expand our views on religious traditions. The journal is interested in all African religious traditions in their various forms, in every part of Africa, and it is open to every methodology. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Dancing in praise of God: Reinterpretation of theology in worship  
Sonny E. Zaluchu
20 January 2021

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to Reviewers  
Editorial Office
22 December 2020

Review Article

 
The monstrous and the grotesque: (De)scribing and unmasking eschatology in Sepedi folktales  
Sekgothe Mokgoatšana
08 December 2020

Correction

 
Corrigendum: Climate change in sub-Saharan Africa: Nature restoration as an ethical issue  
Didier N. Buwani, R. Tseka H. Dolamo
21 October 2020

Original Research

 
Racism as a challenge for church and society in democratic South Africa: Human dignity perspective  
Leepo J. Modise
08 October 2020

Review Article

 
Of Jane and Manche: Bodies and virginity as agency for narrative discourse  
Sekgothe Mokgoatšana
23 September 2020

Original Research

 
The need for continued decolonisation and Africanisation of ordination in the Methodist Church of Southern Africa  
Donald M. Williams, Wessel Bentley
02 September 2020

Original Research

 
The South African Pentecostal ostrich of corruption  
Marius Nel
27 August 2020

Original Research

 
A critical view of family and religious studies in the context of religious abuse and extremism in Zimbabwe  
Bekithemba Dube
25 August 2020

Original Research

 
Migration to South Africa: A missional reflection of a refugee using Jeremiah 29:4–12 as an interpretive framework  
Kasebwe T.L. Kabongo
24 August 2020
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