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Soaked in their own blood : a search for community empowerment principles in John Mbiti's theology and their relevance for the empowerment of the poor and marginalised.
The absence of an Evangelical African theology of Development has highly motivated me to embark on this study. Through this study, one hopes that more writings from many evangelicals who are committed to the church's ...
The challenge of poverty for the church in Zambia : a response to the effects of the Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP)
The effects of the Structural Adjustment Programmes (SAP) that have been the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) prescribed economic reforms have accentuated poverty levels in Zambia. For the majority ofthe population, ...
A theoretical reflection on concepts of poverty : towards an appropriate development framework for the church in it's [sic] development ministry among the poor.
This paper argues that an adequate definition of poverty is necessary for the church if it is to make a positive contribution to poverty alleviation. The definitions of Amartya Sen, Klaus Nurnberger and Bryant Myers are ...
Church and poverty : possibilities for poverty eradication in the Thaba'Nchu region.
This thesis concerns the role that the church can play in alleviating poverty in Black rural communities in South Africa, through a case study ofthe Thaba'Nchu community in the Free State Province. The thesis argues that ...