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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 ...
Towards an African Pentecostal feminist biblical hermeneutic of liberation : interpreting Acts 2:1-47 in the context of Botswana.
This study is motivated by my own experience as a Motswana Pentecostal woman who inhabits patriarchal spaces of both the Setswana cultures and the Pentecostal church. It highlights the status of women in Botswana society ...
A theology of decent work : reflections from casual workers in the N D J Ethiopian Catholic Church in Zion in Estcourt, KwaZulu-Natal.
The rapid changes in the world of work today have resulted in the paradigm shift from standard to non-standard types of employment. These changes are intimately connected with the world of the economy that has brought ...
A study of discipleship in Mark 10:35-52 : a model for leadership development of clergy in the church of Uganda (Anglican)
The study is about discipleship in Mark 10:35-52: a model for leadership development of clergy in the Church of Uganda (Anglican). In this thesis I engage with three contextual models that have impacted on the leadership ...
Christian mysticism in relation to Catholic teaching on the issue of gender.
Mysticism is a broad concept in a diversity of traditions. Our study focuses on Christian mysticism in the Catholic Church tradition). This concept is shortly a special relationship with God that translates into observable ...
Healing in Pentecostal and Charismatic churches : a challenge to the Roman Catholic Church's mission in urban centres of Cameroon.
This study has been motivated by the observation made in urban centres of Cameroon, that many Catholics are getting involved in divine, faith or spiritual healing ministry; something that has not been the case few years ...
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 ...
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 ...
The characterisation of Judah in Joseph narrative : Genesis 37:1-47:27.
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