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African women overcoming patriarchy : a study of women in Apostolic Faith Mission (AFM) Church in Rustenburg - South Africa.
This study is an investigation and description of ways in which the Apostolic Faith Mission churchwomen are succeeding in overcoming patriarchy. It also gives a critical evaluation of the extent to which these women are ...
Conversion à Christ : etude des continuités et ruptures entre la foi chrétienne et des aspects de religions traditionnelles africaines (cas du peuple Dan de la Côte d'Ivoire)
La conversion a Christ pour un Africain suppose, en general le passage d' un concept religieux traditionnel a celui de l'Evangile. Cette nouvelle situation engendre sans aucun doute des mues ou ruptures meme si une continuite ...
The Christian political theology of Rt. Rev. Dr. John Henry Okullu, Bishop of the Diocese of Maseno South of the Anglican Church of Kenya (1929-1999)
This research proceeds from the premise that Okullu was a significant church leader in Kenya. His significance relates to his outspokenness on issues of social justice including the struggle for political liberation from ...
Changing the patriarchal attitude of Ovawambo men : can the Bible help?
It is the feeling of the author of this thesis that in Oshiwambo society power and authority in families is invested on the male head. This act has caused the society to be a patriarchal society. In most cases women and ...
The church and environmental education : a model for the Evangelical Lutheran church in Malawi.
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A critical analysis of the factors that attract African women to conversion to Christian (1900-2000) with special reference to the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK) Diocese of Mt Kenya Central.
Many books and articles have been written about the role of women in the Church by both local and foreign authors but I note with special interest, that the factors behind the preponderance of women over men in the Church ...
The sustaining power of the Bible to the martyrs during the persecution in Madagascar from 1828-1861 : historical and hermeneutical analysis.
This thesis comprises six chapters. Chapter one consists of the statement of the research problem. It covers the outlin of the dissertation and the background of and motivation for the research. It also includes the ...
Zulu women, domestic violence and Christian faith : does the church help or hinder the survivors?
This thesis focuses on the impact of domestic violence upon Zulu women, and the role that the Christian faith plays in both helping and hindering the survivors. Through an examination of the relationship between religion ...
The impact of the church in community development : a focus on the doctrinal framework of the Assemblies of God churhes in Pietermaritzburg.
So much has been said about the involvement of the Church in socio-economic and political development globally, in Africa, and in South Africa in particular. The appalling fact is that division of the Church into several ...
The origin and development of the Pentecostal Churches among the Dalits in Kerala : a critical evaluation of the missionary methods of Robert F. Cook (1913-1950).
The following work is a humble probe into the background and history of the Dalit Pentecostal churches and critically evaluates the mission methods of Robert F. Cook. The word Dalit means the oppressed or broken victims ...