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  1. Religion, Religion! Wherefore Art Thou, Religion? Enactment in Interreligious Encounters as Walking the Talk.Maniraj Sukdaven - 2019 - Hts Theological Studies 75 (4):1-7.
    'Interfaith dialogue' is a term that generally assumes dialogue between different faiths. Much has been written about why, how and what form this dialogue should assume. Although many theories have been developed around this process, it remained theories and did not develop into praxis. Some of these theories include aspects of psychology, theology of religions, preconditions for dialogue, ethical theories, epistemology and even social constructs in relation to the economy, social justice and peace. In as much as these theories are (...)
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    Exploring the Possibility for African Traditional Religion to Be Included in a Reimagined Scriptural Reasoning Model.Maniraj Sukdaven - 2018 - Hts Theological Studies 74 (3).
    In and among the many models developed for engaging in inter-religious dialogue was a model that became known as scriptural reasoning. SR basically serves the purpose of being hospitable towards the Abrahamic religions. The current approach of SR, by virtue of its focus only on scripture as the basis of engagement, obviously excludes other faith traditions that possess no sacred scripture. One such religion is African traditional religion. As a result of this exclusion, this article intends to engage SR to (...)
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    Spreading of Islam Without Any Violence in Central, East and West Africa as a Case Study.Maniraj Sukdaven & Ensieh Bagheri - 2018 - Hts Theological Studies 74 (3).
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    Application of Themes From Al-Mawwaq's Work in Reforming the Deoband Curriculum in Islamic Education in the South African Darul Ulooms.Shoayb Ahmed & Maniraj Sukdaven - 2021 - HTS Theological Studies 77 (4):1-8.
    Historically, most Darul Ulooms in South Africa have been modelled along the curriculum of Darul Uloom Deoband in India, which was established in 1866, and there is a need for reforming the curriculum in a world that has evolved over time. In recent years, the role of the Darul Uloom has become more crucial as more students, both nationally and internationally, are now studying at the South African Darul Ulooms. This research article aims to propose some reforms to the current (...)
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