Query : église africaine
- Bava, Sophie1
- Boissevain, Katia1
- Fancello, Sandra1
- Lehmann, David1
- Morabito, Vittorio1
- Mossière, Géraldine1
- Mottier, Damien1
- Ngondo Dishono Kalala, David.1
- Nkoa Lebogo, Jacques Bernard1
- Sandra Fancello1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
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- Communication Sciences1
Prophet, women, diable. Ethnography of the failure of an African Pentecôtist Church in France
This article proposes to revisit the first case study on the failure of the establishment of an African Pentecôst Church in France from the point of view of the ‘seduction’ of men/women (by crossing gender theories and anthropology of religions). The aborted religious enterprise of a Canadian pasteu...
African migration and religious variations: the Christian churches in Morocco and Tunisia
By engaging in an anthropological dialogue between two research fields in Morocco and Tunisia, we will highlight the issues that African migration is currently asking Christian, Catholic and Protestant institutions. What religious reconfigurations does the presence of migrants bring about? On the on...
Bermudes João, 2010, Ma géniale imposture, Patriarche du prest Jean, by Sandra Rodrigues de Oliveira (trad.) and Hervé Pennec (intr. and notes)
The Portuguese João Bermudes, probably a barbier-doctor with religious attendance, began the narrative of his adventures with the ‘Jean priest’. the King of Ethiopia, with what he wants to stress: he is a true ‘patriarch’ since he was appointed to the leadership of the Christian millennium of Ethiop...
Augustine's struggle against heresy : the anti-manichaean campaign and ant-donatist
We see appear, these last years, what we is called « the new spiritualities » : social phenomenon for some; danger alarming for the others. However it is not easy to make an objective opinion on the question, as far as each think hold a part of the truth which persists in defending against that of t...
The religion of President Bozizé. Guerrian rhetoric of a celestial Christians
Lors’ np pagenum = “169”/bde of his political exile in Benin in the mid-1980s, former Central African Head of State François Bozizé converted to celestial Christianity, an African prophetic church. On the basis of surveys carried out in the Central African Republic and Benin, this article shows its...
African mystic and Jean de la Croix mystic: reading of the Kinshasa International Colloquium, 13-16 January 1992
The Kinshasa Colloque could not exhaust the problem of meeting the mystic Doctor with the nego-African. On the other hand, they have won questions which, even though they remain unanswered, are firmly opening the door to further research. And this view is based on this. The question of the existence...
The Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and the reconfiguration of religion
This article describes how the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (IURD) has drawn beyond the evangelical heritage to climb the choreography and scenography of its celebrations and exorcisms. The prescriptions of the former Testament are adapted and regenerated, while the appalling minds of Afri...
A Pentecôtist Congolese Congolese congregation in Montreal
Within a Pentecôtist Church, which is made up of immigrants of African and Haitian origin, we look at the process of identity production, which is structured around three discursive sites: language practices, religious in public spaces and the transnational expansion project. The community is built...
Identity Policies of a Transnational African Church
Cet article traite de la stratégie d’expansion missionnaire d’une Église pentecôtiste africaine : l’Église de Pentecôte, fondée au Ghana dans les années 1950 et actuellement implantée dans près de cinquante pays. Née en pays ashanti, à l’initiative d’un missionnaire écossais précédemment affilié à l...