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CURRICULUM VITAE OF DR. ANNÉ VERHOEF
1. General information
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Dr. Anné Hendrik Verhoef
1972/06/07
RSA
Member of The Philosophical Society of Southern Africa
(PSSA)
Member of The Theological Society of South Africa
(TSSA)
Member of the South African Academy for Science and
Arts (SAASA)
Candidate for the ministry of the Dutch Reformed
Church
North-West University (NWU), Potchefstroom
Faculty of Arts: School of Philosophy
+27 (0)18 299 1569
+27 (0)18 299 4356
[email protected]
http://www.nwu.ac.za
Internal Box 208,
School for Philosophy,
Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University,
Potchefstroom, 2531, South Africa
School for Philosophy,
Building F-13, room G-01
Potchefstroom Campus of the North-West University,
Potchefstroom, South Africa
3. Qualifications (Start with most recent)
Qualification type:
DTh
Field of study:
Systematic Theology
Institution:
University of Stellenbosch (US)
Year obtained:
2008
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MTh (Cum Laude)
Systematic Theology
University of Stellenbosch (US)
2003
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BA (Hons) (Cum Laude)
Philosophy
University of Stellenbosch (US) and Catholic University
of Leuven in Belgium (KUL)
1999
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BD (Cum Laude)
Theology
University of Stellenbosch (US)
1997
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BA
Philosophy, Literature and Theology
University of Stellenbosch (US)
1994
4. Employment history (From current backwards. Not more than five)
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Organisation
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Senior Lecturer: School
Potchefstroom Campus of
2010 - Current
of Philosophy
the North-West University
(NWU)
Minister of religion: Dutch South Coast Congregation, 2000 – 2009
Reformed Church
Amanzimtoti, Durban
Counselor & Assistant
Catherine Robson
1999 – 2000
manager: Children’s
Children’s Home,
Home
Vereeniging
Research Assistant:
Philosophy of Education,
1997 – 1998
Department of Education University of Stellenbosch
5. Research expertise
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rated:
Philosophy and Theology
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Religion; Systematic Theology;
Philosophy of Language, and Ethics
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6. Publications
International publications:
2013. The relation between creation and salvation in the
Trinitarian theology of Robert Jenson. HTS
Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies 69(1), Art.
#1191, 7 pages.
http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/hts.v69i1.1191
2012. Violence, liberation and the legacy of modernity:
towards a theology of peace. Scriptura:
International Journal of Bible, Religion and
Theology in Southern Africa 109:67-81 (Coauthored with dr. Mark Rathbone)
2008. How is Robert Jenson telling the Story? Scriptura:
International Journal of Bible, Religion and
Theology in Southern Africa 98, 231-243
National publications:
2013. Economic justice and prophetic discourse in the
South African context – towards a dialogical mode
of discourse. Accepted for publication in 2013 in
Journal of Theology for Southern Africa (Coauthored with dr. Mark Rathbone)
2012. How to do philosophy of religion: towards a
possible speaking about the impossible. South
African Journal for Philosophy 31(1), 373-386
2012. Postmodernism and the need for story and
promise: how Robert Jenson’s theology
addresses some postmodern challenges to faith.
Acta Theologica, 32(1), 170-188
2011. Timelessness, Trinity and Temporality, Acta
Academica, 43(2), 82-112
2011. Trinity, time and Ecumenism in Robert Jenson's
theology. Dutch Reformed Theological Journal,
Vol 52, Issue 1 & 2, Mar / Jun, 247-256
2011. Robert Jenson's ecumenical vision based on his
Trinitarian thought. Dutch Reformed Theological
Journal, Vol 52, Issue 1 & 2, Mar / Jun, 238-246
2011. Concerns about the future of creation order,
Koers, 76(4), 731-749
7. Papers delivered (List papers over the last three years)
International papers:
2012. Embodies Religion’s radicalization of Immanence
and the consequent question of Transcendence.
Paper presented at the European Society for
Philosophy of Religion (ESPR) conference on
“Embodied Religion”. Hosted by the University of
Tilburg, Soesterberg, The Netherlands, 30 August
– 2 September.
2011. Concerns about the future of Creation Order.
Paper presented at the 75th anniversary year of
the Association for Reformational Philosophy’s
international, interdisciplinary and ecumenical
conference on “The Future of Creation Order”. VU,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16-19 August.
2011. Challenges of faith in a postmodern society: an
assessment of Robert Jenson’s Trinitarian
theology. Paper presented at the St Augustine
College of South Africa & Catholic Theological
Society of Southern Africa’s International
academic conference on “Faith in the Face of
Secularism”. St Augustine College, Johannesburg,
28 – 31 August.
National papers:
2013. The relation between evil and transcendence: new
possibilities? Paper presented at the Philosophical
Society of Southern Africa’s annual conference.
Hosted by the University of KZN at Salt Rock
Hotel, KZN, 14 – 16 January.
2012. “Transendensie in ʼn post-metafisiese, posttransendente tyd”. Paper presented at the
Symposium of the Institute for Foundational
Studies on “Transcendence and Culture”. NWU,
Potchefstroom, 17 August.
2012. Economic justice and Black theology in the South
African context – towards a dialogical mode of
discourse. Paper presented at the Theological
Society of South Africa’s conference on “A
distinctly South African way of doing theology?
Revisiting and gathering various strands of
contextual theology”. UKZN, Pietermaritzburg, 1822 June. (Co-presented with dr. Mark Rathbone)
2012. How to do philosophy of religion; and why. Paper
presented at the Philosophical Society of Southern
Africa’s annual conference. Hosted by the
University of Cape Town at UCT, 16 – 18 January.
2011. Violence, liberation and the legacy of modernity:
towards a theology of peace. Paper presented at
the Theological Society of South Africa’s
conference on “A distinctly South African way of
doing theology? Revisiting and gathering various
strands of contextual theology”. St Augustine
College, Johannesburg, 22-24 June. (Copresented with dr. Mark Rathbone)
2011. Timelessness, Trinity and Temporality. Paper
presented at the Philosophical Society of Southern
Africa’s annual conference. Hosted by the
University of KZN at Salt Rock Hotel, KZN, 19 –
21 January.
2010. The Trinity and Ecumenism: Robert Jenson’s
search for a theology of the one church of the
future. Paper presented at the Theological Society
of South Africa’s conference on “Ecumenical
movements in South Africa: Edinburgh 1910,
Cottesloe 1960 and beyond”. University of the
Free State, Bloemfontein, 29 Sept – 1 Oct.
2007. On Robert Jenson (1930-). Paper presented at a
colloquium on “The narrative of God’s action on
earth”. University of the Western Cape, Bellville,
24-26 October.
8
Chapters in books
Chapter: Robert Jenson
(1930-) – A dramatic
teleology of creation
Book: Conradie, E. (ed.) 2012. Creation and Salvation:
Volume 2: A Companion on Recent Theological
Movements (Studies in Religion and the
Environment / Studien zur Religion und Umwelt).
Munster: LIT Verlag.
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