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

Review Article

 
The metaverse’s potential impacts on the God-centred life and togetherness of Indonesian Christians  
Robby I. Chandra, Noh I. Boiliu
15 July 2022

Original Research

 
The link between aphorisms on Jewish eschatological expectation of the anti-Christ and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among Pentecostal Christians in Makurdi, Nigeria  
Favour C. Uroko, Lawrence Okwuosa
14 June 2022

Original Research

 
The ‘invisible enemy’ COVID-19 and the responses of Aladura churches in South West Nigeria  
Babatunde A. Adedibu, Akinwumi A. Akindolie, Adeleke A. Olujobi
12 April 2022

Original Research

 
The assurance that Yahweh can and will keep his own: An exegesis of Psalm 121:1–8  
David T. Adamo, Bukola Olusegun
17 March 2022

Original Research

 
Reimagining socio-economic well-being through the integration of Arthashastra’s economic treatise and Madhva’s philosophical notion on social cohesion  
Mathias Yuvan Shunmugam, Maniraj Sukdaven
22 February 2022

Original Research

 
Childhood theology and implications for pedagogy  
Jane A. Chiroma, Nathan H. Chiroma
17 February 2022

Original Research

 
Critical evaluation of the doctrine of predestination within black-African theology: Christ the elected and electing  
Leepo J. Modise
31 January 2022

Original Research

 
Hope and hopelessness in Jeremiah 2:1–13: An interpretive understanding to help deal with COVID-19  
Doniwen Pietersen
17 January 2022

Original Research

 
The rich man and Lazarus: COVID-19, class and identity in Nigeria  
Benson O. Igboin
17 January 2022

Original Research

 
The shifting landscape of African-Pentecostalism in Kenya  
Julius M. Gathogo
13 January 2022
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Vlog: Upcoming Book Release - Faith Seeking Understanding

 

View this video to learn about this book’s contribution to the specific scientific discourse. This book illustrates how faith and science can complement and assist each other in the quest to find new horizons of meaning in a world marked by a growing sense of insecurity and existential anxiety. Editors: Nico Vorster & Frederik van Niekerk. Affiliation: North-West University . Synopsis: https://bit.ly/3P5APcT

 
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Vlog: Upcoming Book Release - Christian hermeneutics in South Africa

 

View this video where you will learn about this bookʼs contribution to the specific scientific discourse. This book explores the rapidly changing diversity in Christian hermeneutics in SA and provides a framework for engagement between approaches on how to interpret Scripture: Editors: Nico Vorster & @henniegoede . Synopsis: https://bit.ly/3NZIpEs

 
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Vlog: Upcoming Book Release - Philipp Melanchthon: Die denker, leermeester en opvoeder van die Reformasie

 

View this video where author Ignatius (Natie) W.C. van Wyk talks about his latest book. The book deals with the life, work, and teaching of the spokesperson of the Reformation during the early years of the Protestant church which are presented in nine chapters. Furthermore, the relevance of Melanchthon for present-day South Africans is highlighted. Read synopsis: https://bit.ly/3P5PEfp . In this video you will learn about this bookʼs contribution to the specific scientific discourse.

 
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Press Release: Dr Pierre de Villiers, Managing Director at AOSIS, elected to serve on the DOAJ Advisory Board

 

Dr @PierreAosis is the first individual from the African continent to serve on the @DOAJplus Advisory Board. @AOSIS Read more: https://bit.ly/3bUXwlc

 
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