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Radical evangelicalism and the poor : a challenge to aspects of evangelical theology in the South African context.
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Navigating indigenous resources that can be utilized in constructing a Karanga theology of health and well-being (Utano) :an exploration of health agency in contemporary Zimbabwe.
Health and well-being are the central concerns for most African people. If health and well-being (utano) is the top priority for most Africans, the general and almost complete breakdown of the Zimbabwean public health ...
"Poking thorns in the bed of roses" : a feminist critique of the Premarital and Marriage Coaching Program (PMCP) of the Diocese of Grahamstown.
This study‟s primary motivation is the domestic and gender based violence (DGBV) that takes place particularly in Christian families and homes. Besides personal encounter that brought awareness that DGBV is for real in ...
A theological analysis of selected writings of E. Chitando, G. West and A. van Klinken on African masculinities in relation to gender justice.
The broad field of men and masculinities is increasingly being enriched by the emergent religious discourse on the subject in Africa. At the heart of this religious discourse is an agenda for change and transformation of ...
The concept of Mang-Djala with reference to church unity in a context of ethnic diversity : the case of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cameroon (ELCC).
This study examines the issue of ethnocentrism that has become so detrimental to Christian unity within the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cameroon, as it is pulling apart Christians of different ethnic groups. The study ...
The socio-cultural influences on sexual and reproductive rights of women in the church forum in Swaziland.
This study has endeavored to find out socio-cultural factors that influence gender injustices with special focus on sexual and health reproductive rights of women in Swaziland community. It has further examined the extent ...
Pastoral ministry to single women in the Church of Christ in Nigeria, Gigiring Regional Church Council, Jos, Nigeria.
Beginning with the assumption that the church is a liberative space where everyone, single women in particular, can experience wholeness, this thesis investigates the extent to which the Church of Christ in Nigeria (COCIN) ...
A pastoral care model to refugees within the Metropolitan Methodist Church of Southern Africa of Pietermaritzburg.
This research acknowledges the plight of refugees all over the world; it further affirms that there are many organizations which deal with the issues associated with refugees. Despite all the efforts invested by other ...
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 ...