Bioethics; Systematic Theology; Moltmann; Transhumanism; Biotechnology
Undergraduate – Systematic Theology; Undergraduate – Ethics; Postgraduate – Systematic Theology; Postgraduate – Ethics
Kotzé, Manitza. “Mothering as sacred duty and metaphor: The theology of Mercy Oduyoye.” In Reconceiving Reproductive Health: Theological and Christian Ethical Reflections, edited by Manitza Kotzé, Nadia Marais and Nina Müller van Velden, 81-94. Cape Town: AOSIS, 2019.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Whose reproductive health matters? A Christian ethical reflection on reproductive technology and exclusion.” In Reconceiving Reproductive Health: Theological and Christian Ethical Reflections, edited by Manitza Kotzé, Nadia Marais and Nina Müller van Velden, 247-263. Cape Town: AOSIS, 2019.
Kotzé, Manitza. “A Life with Limits: A Christian Ethical Investigation of Radically Prolonging Human Lifespans.” Studies in Christian Ethics 32, no. 1 (2019): 56-65.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Prophetic witness in the Eucharist: A response to Robert Vosloo’s ‘Prophetic witness in weakness’”. In die Skriflig 53, no. 4 (2019).
Kotzé, Manitza. “The Theological Ethics of Human Enhancement: Genetic engineering, robotics and nanotechnology”. In die Skriflig 52, no. 3 (2018).
Kotzé, Manitza. “GM food and collective sin: A Christian theological ethical reflection.” Scriptura 115, (2016): 1-12.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Human genetic engineering and social justice in South Africa: Jürgen Moltmann and human dignity”. Acta Theologica 36, no. 1, (2016): 70-84.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Liberal democracy and the genetic supermarket: Autonomy and freedom in Jürgen Moltmann’s political theology and biotechnology.” Stellenbosch Theology Journal 1, (2015): 201-215.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Sex selection through pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and gender stereotyping: A theological response.” Journal for Gender and Religion in Africa 21, no. 2, (2015): 34-49.
Kotzé, Manitza. “Human Genetic Engineering in the South African Context with its Inequalities: A Discourse on Human Rights and Human Dignity.” Scriptura 113, (2014): 127-137.
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