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Resources for a Christian worldview

Language and Linguistics

Language and Linguistics

Pam Adams 1999. Phonics, whole language, and biblical hermeneutics. Pro Rege 28: 1-8. 

Kornelius J. Boot 1987. Language: A few observations from a biblical perspective. Pro Rege 15:11-15. 

Kornelius J. Boot 1974. The grammar confusion and some guidelines. Pro Rege 3 (Dec) : 28-34. 

Barbara Carvill 1991. 'Foreign Language Education: A Christian Calling.' Christian Educators Journal, 30(3): 28-29. 

Roy Clouser 1983. Religious language a new look at an old problem In Rationality in the Calvinian Tradition, Ed. Hart, Van derHoeven, & Wolterstorff. (Lanham: University Press of America, 1983), pp. 385ff. 

Roy A Clouser 1988. Divine accomodation: an alternative theory of religious language Tijdskrif vir Christelike Wetenscap (Bloemfontein: Vereniging vir Christelike Hoer Onderwys, August, 1988), 94 -127. 

Hugh Cook 1978. Why Johnny can't write; the illiteracy crisis Pro Rege6(March) : 21-28 

L. D. Derksen 1985. Language and the transformation of philosophy. Philosophia Reformata 50: 134-149. 

Joris van Eijnatten 1995. The language of all the earth or directional pluralism Philosophia Reformata 60(1): 55-62. 

Syd Hielema 2006. Every Tribe, language, people and nation Pro Rege 24 (June): 1-9. 

Noordegraaf, J 'Pieter A. Verburg and the History of Linguistics. A bio-bibliographical account.' 

A W G Raath 1983. H G Stoker's cosmo-created philosophy of language TvCW 

Calvin Seerveld. 2001. Babel, Pentecost, Glossolalia and Philoxenia: No Language is Foreign to God. Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages 2 (2001). 5-30. 

William A. Smalley. 1985 Learning about language. Pro Rege 14 (Sept): 2-8. (September 1985) 

David Smith: 

with Barbara Cavill The Gift of the Stranger: Faith, Hospitality and Foreign Language Learning 

2000. 'Gates Unlocked and Gardens of Delight: Comenius on Piety, Persons and Language Learning,' Christian Scholar's Review 30:2 (2000): 207-232. 

2000. 'Faith and Method in Foreign Language Pedagogy,' Journal of Christianity and Foreign Languages 1 (2000): 7-25. 

1998. For profit, pleasure, and power? Cultural diversity and the mixed motives of foreign language education. Pro Rege 26 (June): 1-13. 

1997. 'In Search of the Whole Person: Critical Reflections on Community Language Learning.' Journal of Research on Christian Education 6:2 (1997): 159-181. 

1997. 'Communication and Integrity: Moral Development and Modern Languages.' Language Learning Journal 15 (1997): 31-35 

1996. 'What Hope After Babel? Diversity and Community in Gen 11:1-9, Exod 1:1-14, Zeph 3:1-13 and Acts 2:1-13.' Horizons in Biblical Theology 18:2 (1996):169-191. 

1996. 'Rediscovering a Heritage: Lull, Bacon and the Aims of Language Teaching.' Spectrum 28:1 (1996): 9-28. 

1993. 'Can Modern Language Teaching Be Christian?' Spectrum 25:1 (1993): 25-38.



D F M Strauss Thought and Language: on the line of demarcation between animal and human abilities, in: South African Journal of Philosophy, Vol.13, Nr.4 (pp.175-182). 

Pieter A. Verburg 1998. Language and its Functions. A historico-critical study of views concerning the functions of language from the prehumanistic philology of Orleans to the rationalistic philology of Bopp Salmon. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 

P J Visagie 2001. Philosophy as a language game TvCW 



Albert Weideman 

Forthcoming. Beyond Expression: A Systematic Study of the Foundations of Linguistics Paideia Press/ Reformational Publishing Project. 

   1977. Three journeys: one traditionStandpunte 130 [Vol. 30 (4): 55-62]. 

   1977b. Philosophical elements in Four QuartetsKoers 42 (6): 525-532. 

   1979a. Some basic semiotic categoriesAnakainosis 1 (4): 2-7. 

   1979b. Theses on P.A. Verburg's linguistic theory. Anakainosis 2 (1): 8-9. 

   1985. The role of the psychology of language in applied linguisticsActa Academica Series B 20 (101-107). 

   1991. Faith and objectivity in linguistic scienceLanguage matters (UK) 1: 10-11. 

   1999. Five generations of applied linguistics: some framework issuesActa Academica 31 (1): 77-98. 

   2001. The old and the new: reconsidering eclecticism in language teachingPer linguam 17 (1): 1-13. 

   2003a. Towards accountability: a point of orientation for post-modern applied linguistics in the third millenniumLiterator. 24(1): 1-20. 

   2003d. Assessing and developing academic literacyPer linguam 19 (1 & 2): 55-65. 

   2006a. Transparency and accountability in applied linguisticsSouthern African linguistics and applied language studies 24(1): 71-86. 

   2006b. Assessing academic literacy in a task-based approachLanguage matters 37(1): 81-101. 

   2006c. A systematically significant episode in applied linguistics. In L.O.K Lategan & J.H. Smit (guest editors) (2006) Time and context relevant philosophy. Special edition 1 of the Journal for Christian scholarship 42 (November; pp. 231-244). 

   2006d. Academic Literacy: Prepare to Learn 

   2007a. Overlapping and divergent agendas: Writing and applied linguistics research. Forthcoming in C. van der Walt (ed.) Living through languages: An African tribute to Rene Dirven. Stellenbosch: African Sun Media. Pp. 147-163. ISBN: 1-919980-31-8. 

   2007b. The redefinition of applied linguistics: modernist and postmodernist viewsSouthern African linguistics and applied language studies 25(4):589-605. 

   2007c. A responsible agenda for applied linguistics: confessions of a philosopher LSSA/SAALA/SAALT keynote address July. Per linguam 23(2): 29-53. 

   2008a. The idea of lingual economy. Paper to be read at the ICCLING 2008 conference, Stellenbosch, January. Submitted to Koers. [pdf of PowerPoint presentation

   2008b. Constitutive and regulative conditions for the assessment of academic literacy. Paper to be read at a colloquium on "Testing the academic literacy of additional language students" at the AILA 2008 conference in Essen, Germany, 26 August.[pdf of PowerPoint presentation]