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The applicability of the translatability and interpretation theory of Sanneh and Bediako : the case of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in namibia, in northern Namibia.
This thesis contends that the translatability and interpretation theories are what allow the Bible and its message to be accepted by and relevant to all people in the world, including those in the northern belt of Namibia, ...
Partnership in Christian mission : a history of the Protestant Missionary Movement.
Despite the fact that partnership has be en a pronounced goal in ecumenical relationships for over eighty years, the realization of mutuality, solidarity, and koinonia has, even until present times, proven to be illusive. ...
Women and food security in Mozambique : introducing theologies of Okhala.
This study investigates the theological resources of poor and semi-literate women of the Union Baptist Church in Murrupula District, Nampula province, Mozambique in the context of food insecurity and poverty. It makes use ...
The mission of the church in the context of women living with HIV and AIDS : a case study of St. Alois Catholic rural mission station, Gweru diocese - Zimbabwe.
This research is designed to investigate the role and mission of the Church in response to the HIV and AIDS pandemic. A case study of St Alois Catholic Rural Mission Station has been used for the investigation of the ...
Creator God most beautiful : a contextual, feminist theological and aesthetic look at women's creativity, spirituality and theology in South Africa.
Asking the question ‘What does beauty have to do with justice?’, I am concerned with women’s encounter, experience and expression of the Divine through their creativity, as well as the theological significance of women’s ...
Responding to the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the context of unjust social structures : a challenge to the Burundian pentecostal churches' theology of mission.
That the HIV and AIDS epidemic is fuelled by structural injustices is not a new discovery. Several studies reveal the link between the HIV transmission and the spread of the epidemic and the structural inequalities created ...
The practices and perceptions of religious health assets in Lesotho : a study of mission aviation fellowship.
This study was a part of a baseline research within ARHAP on going studies into the relationship between religion and public health. It examined the nature and function of Religious Health Assets that were identified through ...
Mission on the margin : a case study on reformed mission prospects in Enkumane, KwaZulu-Natal.
Since about 1960, a foreign missionary project, the ‘Reformed Mission Enkumane’, has been situated in eNkumane, a rural area on the banks of the uMkhomazi River in KwaZulu-Natal. In order to describe this missionary project ...
"Resisting bodies" as a hermeneutical tool for a critical feminist christology of liberation and transformation.
This study is positioned in a context where the ideologies of communities, creeds and genders are marked in violent ways on women’s bodies. It is also located in a context where Christian women, by and large, internalize ...
The song of the sea : a rhetorical-critical analysis and contextual interpretation of Ex 15:1-21.
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