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A convocation house (Prrngawan) biblical interpretation and TYCM tribal postcolonial concerns reading Genesis 2:4b~25 with TYCM ordinary tribal readers.
The thesis is concerned about the postcolonial context of the minority tribal people, the Taiwan Yuen-Chu-Min (台灣原住民, TYCM), in Taiwan. The argument of this thesis includes two parts: Part one provides the background ...
From Anglicanism to African socialism : the Anglican Church and Ujamaa in Tanzania 1955-2005.
My intention in this study was to assess the response of the ‗Anglican Church‘¹ of Tanzania to Ujamaa².Using archives and interviews as sources, I explored the reactions of Anglicans to the struggle for independence, the ...
An historical evaluation of the Lutheran medical mission services in Southern Africa with special emphasis on four hospitals : 1930s-1978.
The purpose of this thesis is to show through a chain of events how the Lutheran Mission societies in their quest to provide health care through biomedicine to indigenous people in Southern Africa ended up co-operating ...
Retrieving elements of an economic ethic from Ezra 3 : Ezra's building project in dialogue with poverty and economic inequality in Homoine district in Mozambique.
This research seeks to retrieve elements of an economic ethic from Ezra’s building project that can dialogue with poverty and economic inequality in Homoine district in Mozambique. The research argues that the Mosaic ...
Reading Ruth for the sake of poor rural women : a bosadi womanhood approach.
This study posits that a deconstructive socio-historical reading of Ruth will elicit aspects of ancient Israelite women’s agency which can then be used to inspire greater socio-economic agency amongst poor rural women ...
The response of the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Methodist churches to HIV and AIDS in Manicaland, Zimbabwe (1985-2007)
This study focuses on the history of the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Methodist churches reaction to HIV and AIDS in Manicaland province, Zimbabwe between 1985 and 2005. It attempts to document and analyse what the ...
A retrospective and a prospective reading of Jn 1:1-18 using the method of biblical rhetorical analysis.
This study is an attempt to read the Prologue of the Gospel of John using the type of Rhetorical Analysis based on Semitic logic. This Semitic approach shows the chiastic construction of the Prologue demonstrating its ...
The characterisation of Judah in Joseph narrative : Genesis 37:1-47:27.
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Women and peace building : a contextual approach to the Fourth Gospel and its challenge to women in Post Genocide Rwanda.
This work is a contextual study of five selected biblical texts from the Fourth Gospel: John 2:1-12 and John 19:25-29; John 4:1-42; John 11:1-12:1-11 and John 18:15-17. Its aim is to read the selected texts with a Rwandan ...
A paradox in a theology of freedom and equality : the experiences of pastors' wives (amayi busa) in the Baptist Convention of Malawi (Bacoma)
This study is a critical exploration and analysis of the experiences of 'being church‘ for women married to pastors in the Baptist Convention of Malawi (BACOMA). The study focused on the following research question: 'What ...