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Author: M. L. Daneel
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Language: English
Pages: 310 pages
Publisher: Mambo Press (1987)
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Book by M. ISBN13:9780869224267. Release Date:January 1987.

1987 Quest for Belonging – Introduction to a Study of African Independent . African Studies Center Working Papers, Boston University. 2000a Church and Eco-justice at the African Grassroots.

1987 Quest for Belonging – Introduction to a Study of African Independent Churches. 1988a Old and New in Southern Shona Independent Churches. Vol. 3, Leadership and Fission Dynamics. 1993a African Independent Church Pneumatology and the Salvation of All Creation. 1993b African Independent Churches Face the Challenge of Environmental Ethics. Missionalia 21:3: 311-332. In Christianity and Ecology ed. . Tucker, R. Ruether, and D. Hessel.

Uniform Title: Mambo occasional papers. War Department ; with an introduction by Stephen E. Ambrose. Missio-pastoral series ; no. 17. Rubrics: Church buildings Africa. 95 Publication & Distribution: Baton Rouge. Louisiana State University Press, (c). From enemy to ally : Japan, the American business press, & the early cold war James F. Hilgenberg. by James F.

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An African-initiated church (AIC) is a Christian church independently started in Africa by.Quest for Belonging: Introduction to a Study of African Independent Churches. Gweru, Zimbabwe: Mambo Press.

An African-initiated church (AIC) is a Christian church independently started in Africa by Africans rather than by missionaries from another continent. The oldest of these is the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church which dates from the 4th century and was one of the first Christian churches in the world. Such churches are often classified as Protestant or other Christian, but there are Oriental Orthodox located in Ethiopia and Eritrea. 207. Collegeville, Minnesota: Liturgical Press.

The quest for belonging: Introduction to a study of African independent churches. Local level global religion: The case of the . Africa: The story of a continent: Program 5 (The Bible and the Gun), VHS Material. New York/Manchester: Homevision Videos. Journal of the Scientific Study of Religion, 37, 74–89. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Marshall-Fratani, R. (2001). Mediating the global and local in Nigerian Pentecostalism.

An African initiated church is a Christian church independently started in Africa by Africans and not by missionaries from .

An African initiated church is a Christian church independently started in Africa by Africans and not by missionaries from another continent. The oldest of these is the Tewahedo (Ethiopian Orthodox Church) which dates from the 4th century, and was one of the first Christian churches in the world. Such churches are often classified as Protestant or other Christian, with some being labeled Oriental Orthodox as in Ethiopia and Eritrea.

Quest for belonging: Introduction to a study of African independent .

Quest for belonging: Introduction to a study of African independent churches. Mental health in mental retardation. This chapter focuses on the the unique contribution of pastoral care and counseling to processes of healing. The dimension of healing is connected to existential realities that reflect real-life issues. The African woman's moral point of view is still far from being respected because of the whims and caprices of patriarchy which is camouflaged in the communitarian philosophy of hunhu or ubuntu.

Consultation with African Instituted Churches, WCC, 1996 n . Daneel, Quest for Belonging, Gweru, Mambo, 1987. P. Makhubu, Who Are the Independent Churches?, Johannesburg, Skotaville, 1988. Martin, Kimbangu: An African Prophet and His Church, Oxford, Blackwell, 1975.

Book by M. L. Daneel