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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 ...
Reclaiming the value of indigenous female initiation rites as a strategy for HIV prevention : a gendered analysis of Chisungu initiation rites among the Bemba people of Zambia.
Almost all African societies have female initiation rites to mark the process of growing up. Initiation rites signal the transition from one stage in life to another. Between the two levels is “the camp,” the liminal phase, ...
From the marriage bed to the graveyard : towards a bold community praxis in reducing HIV infection amongst married women in sub-Saharan Africa.
Recent studies reflect increasing levels of HIV infection amongst married women in sub-Saharan Africa. The institution of marriage, which is highly revered within the church and society, is thus now regarded as a 'potential ...
Mission possible? : power, truth-telling, and the pursuit of mission as accompaniment.
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"Becoming a Christ for your neighbour" : exploring Luther's notion of neighbourliness in light of ukama and ubuntu in the Zimbabwean Lutheran church.
The history of conflict in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zimbabwe (ELCZ) has had negative results for the life of the church. This history has seen at its best the disintegration of the strongest social cords that ...
Theological education in the Lesotho Evangelical Church : a descriptive analysis.
This dissertation presents a descriptive analysis of theological education in the Lesotho Evangelical Church, focussed largely on the work of Morija Theological Seminary. The dissertation provides an historical overview ...
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 ...
Luke 6:12-7:17 as an ethical model for egalitarian socio-economic praxis in post-independence Namibia.
This study is a contextual exegetical encounter with the text of the Sermon on the Plain in Luke 6:12-7:17 which is an ethical discourse embedded in the Jesus tradition where Jesus speaks and acts in solidarity with the ...
Towards a gendered theology of works : a case study of the paid and unpaid work experiences of Indian Christian women in Pietermaritzburg.
This study investigates the paid and unpaid work experiences of Indian Christian women in Pietermaritzburg as they would inform a framework for a gendered theology of work. Intersecting gender and development theory with ...
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 ...