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The role of selected churches and communities in the development and maintenance of inter-racial relationships in Natal in the context of apartheid (1970-1994)
In this study, the role of selected churches and communities in the development and maintenance of inter-racial relationships, in South Africa‟s racially stratified apartheid society, was explored. The study traced the ...
Mandlenkhosi Zwane (1932-1980) : first African Bishop in Swaziland.
This thesis attempts to give a sketch of the life of Bishop Mandlenkhosi Zwane (1932-1980) who was bishop of Manzini for only four years. His enemies thought that he was magnificently prevaricating, his friends saw him as ...
The HIV/AIDS policy of the Anglican Church of Nigeria : a critical analysis.
This thesis seeks to outline the HIV epidemic in Nigeria and understand the response of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) to the epidemic. In evaluating the Church of Nigeria's policy document, it also seeks to ...
Theological education in the Lesotho Evangelical Church : a descriptive analysis.
This dissertation presents a descriptive analysis of theological education in the Lesotho Evangelical Church, focussed largely on the work of Morija Theological Seminary. The dissertation provides an historical overview ...
The challenge of pastoral care and counselling of HIV/AIDS affected families in ten Evangelical Lutheran Church parishes in the Oshanga region, Namibia.
The onset and rapid spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa has challenged and continues to challenge the church in its doctrine as well as its practical ministries. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia ...
The challenge of economic development to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Makete, Tanzania.
This dissertation focuses on the involvement ofthe Lutheran Church in poverty alleviation in Makete, Tanzania. My view is that the level of poverty is escalating at an alarming rate contrary to many people's expectation ...
A historical analysis of the emergence of newer Pentecostal churches in Adamawa State, Nigeria from 1975 to 2008.
Scholars and observers have described Pentecostalism as the fastest growing Christian movement in the world today. Since the beginning of the 20th century the movement has aimed to repeat the experience of the early church, ...
The pentecostal churches in the vicinity of Stanger with special emphasis on the Indian community.
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