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

 
Youth as a valuable resource for sustainable leadership  
Garth Aziz
28 March 2024

Review Article

 
Cultural religion and infertility in South Africa with particular focus on amaXhosa  
Mlamli Diko
29 February 2024

Original Research

 
Why is pastoral care crucial to Africa? Towards an African pastoral care perspective  
Patrick Nanthambwe
27 February 2024

Original Research

 
Religion and poverty alleviation in South Africa  
Mathias Yuvan Shunmugam
27 February 2024

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A HeartMath intervention, focusing on coherence, resilience and faith, following a trauma  
David J. Edwards, Yolanda Dreyer, Ben J.M. Steyn
27 February 2024

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The therapeutic importance of the study of the effects of the near-death experience  
Agai Matthew Jock
23 January 2024

Original Research

 
Advancing interreligious education through the principles of SeMoshoeshoe  
Rasebate I. Mokotso
15 January 2024

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Understanding the moral and ethical dimensions of the Bhagavad Gita  
Mathias Yuvan Shunmugam, Maniraj Sukdaven
13 January 2024

Original Research

 
A theo-political analysis of Muslim–Muslim presidency in a ‘secular’ Nigeria  
Benson O. Igboin
17 November 2023

Original Research

 
Glossolalia, Spirit baptism and Pentecostals: Revisiting the book of Acts  
Marius Nel
17 November 2023
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Press Release: Another addition to AOSIS’s journal portfolio: African Journal of Pentecostal Studies

 

AOSIS is pleased to announce the latest addition to our journal portfolio: African Journal of Pentecostal Studies. The journal is an international, open access publication that covers a broad range of topics related to Pentecostalism, neo-Pentecostalism and related renewal movements in Africa and other parts of the world. We invite you to peruse the journal’s website and consider submitting your next manuscript. Read the call.

 
Posted: 2023-11-24

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Posted: 2022-01-28
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