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Africa and the mission. Old terrain, new questions with Claude Prudhomme
, around 20 authors are gathered in this book to pay tribute to historian Claude Prudhomme. Their texts set out the new landscape of missions in contemporary times, incorporating the methods and perspectives provided by this researcher, which enabled the field to emerge from missiologist studies. Fr...
For a spatial approach to the mission
How to mobilise support for the Christian mission moving to a country deemed to be difficult and dangerous? In the last quarter of the nineteenth day, this is the challenge facing the specialised periodical of the Catholic Missions every week, by publishing letters and images sent by black African m...
Pilgrimage to Imeko (Nigeria): An African Church in the Time of the 'Global Village'
International audience African Independent Churches, or AICs (to use the expression established by English-speaking missionaries), do not form a very coherent or homogeneous category The diversity of these churches stems largely from the fact that their ‘independence' has been established on the bas...
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...
Religio-cultural heritage of libation, memory and Obang cultural history, Northwest Cameroon
This article argues that libation, often associated with the ancestors, artefacts, images and pre-Christian religious devotions, constitutes sources for articulating authentic African cultural history of Obang community in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. It highlights that among traditional memory...
New investigations in the sanctuary of Endovélico (S.Miguel da Mota, Alandroal): the 2002 campaign
The website of S. Miguel da Mota, Alandroal, has long been associated with Endovélico, an indigenous vintage cultured under Roman dominance, and it is assumed that his sanctuary would be located there. The abundant epigraphical and sculptorial acquis collected there by milk from Vasconcellos in 1890...
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...
Publication : "Architecture and Urbanism in the French Atlantic Empire : State, Church, and Society, 1604–1830".
BAILEY Gauvin Alexander, Architecture and Urbanism in the French Atlantic Empire : State, Church, and Society, 1604–1830, Montreal, McGill Queen’s University Press, 2018, 696 p. Présentation de l'éditeur : Spanning from the West African coast to the Canadian prairies and south to Louisiana, the Cari...
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...
For a new typological approach to auxiliaries: the contribution of Wolof and other African languages
Exploring the nexus between transdisciplinarity, internationalisation and community service-learning at a university of technology in Cape Town
Background: The ability of the South African citizenry to overcome a myriad of challenges (which include the triple challenges of inequality, poverty and unemployment) can be called into question. This alleged inability could, in part at least, be linked to the role of higher education, which is at...
The uncultured faith: challenge for dialogue between culture and Evangelho in Mozambique.
in the context of Christian evangelisation, the dialogue between culture and the Evangelho has always been a major challenge for the Church. On the African continent, particularly in Mozambique, this challenge still persists, as since West colonisation of Africa has failed to enhance existing cultur...
‘What’s Your Story?’ Building Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (EDI) are critical issues for leaders, communities, and organisations. Throughout history, telling stories has been a method for people to make sense of their environment, organise experiences and ideas, and communicate with their community to create shared understan...
Relaciones entre masculinidades: Controversia en La cabaña del tío Tom Relations among Masculinities: Controversy in Uncle Tom’s Cabin
The American novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin, written by Harriet Beecher-Stowe, has caused historical debate because of its notion of masculinity between white men and African-American slaves in the antebellum period. The description of these two antagonist forces are said to be defined by the author on ext...
CHRISTIANITY AND MARXISM IN “ESTAÇÃO”, BY NUNO BRAGANÇA
<p>The writer Nuno Bragança joined the group of "progressive Catholics" who during the Salazar regime engaged in resistance to the dictatorship, through various forms of struggle. The author and his literary characters base their action on the practice of authentic Christian values, some of which co...
‘Dance Your Sorrow Away!’ : Spirituality, Community and Wellbeing in Christ Apostolic Church, Dublin 1
Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) is a Pentecostal and African Initiated Church that emerged from the Yoruba Aládǔrà movement of early twentieth-century Nigeria. In this article I unpack the concept of ‘dancing away sorrow’, one of the distinctive rituals that members of CAC Dublin have brought with the...
Sancho IV de Castilla y la imposición del diezmo mudéjar en Murcia = Sancho IV of Castile and the Imposition of the Mudéjar Tithe in Murcia
<p>Durante las últimas dos décadas del siglo XIII, el reino de Castilla estuvo sujeto una doble amenaza: de un lado un nuevo embate peninsular por parte de un imperio musulmán norteafricano, los benimerines, pone en serio peligro las conquistas cristianas meridionales de Andalucía; por otro la guerr...
Territorial Cults in West-Congo: Vanished or Transformed?
This paper discusses some of the key issues in my current research on the history of the relationship between society, tradition and Christianity in the west of Congo-Kinshasa over the last century. My focus here is on the process of progressive transformation of the nineteenth-century territorial c...
Trust between police and the black church
The objective of this study was to evaluate a three-year-old outreach program developed by a predominately African American Church of Christ in Tennessee to enhance trust with the local police. This evaluation answered basic questions about the program’s usefulness, and the information gathered was...
On top of which mountain does one stand to judge religion? Debates from a Zimbabwean context
One of the most prominent characteristics of the phenomenology of religion is that the scholar of religion must desist from judging the phenomena under study. The scholar of religion is encouraged to refrain from passing judgement on the truth or ethical status of the phenomena under investigation....
New-evangelization discourse in ELF immigration encounters: a case study
<p><strong>Abstract</strong> - This paper investigates how the 'New Evangelization' process in the Roman Catholic Church is enacted through ELF by the Italian clergy offering spiritual and practical assistance to non-western immigrants newly-arrived in Italy. A case study explores how religious disc...
“Deluded and Ruined”: Diana Bastian—Enslaved African Canadian Teenager and White Male Privilege
This essay explores the vulnerability of enslaved African Canadian Black women by examining the death of Diana Bastian, an enslaved Black teenager who in 1792 was raped by George More,a member of the Governing Council of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Though Bastian begged for assistance during the resul...
A Qualitative Analysis of the Use of Financial Services and Saving Behavior Among Older African Americans and Latinos in the Los Angeles Area
For this study, we conducted seven focus groups in the Los Angeles area with a total of 70 participants (42 Latinos and 28 African Americans) recruited from three senior centers and a church. There was a wide variety of responses in relation to the usage of financial services among participants. We...
L’africanisation de l’Église évangélique au Maroc : revitalisation d’une institution religieuse et dynamiques d’individualisation
The Église Évangélique au Maroc (EEAM) was founded in Morocco under French colonialism in the early twentieth century as an expression of the Reformed Protestant tradition. Attended first by Europeans only, its numbers had inexorably declined from Morocco’s independence in 1956 until the nineties....
Refusing to be co-opted? Church organizations and reconciliation in Zimbabwe with special reference to the Christian Alliance of Zimbabwe 2005 - 2013
Zimbabwe, throughout its history, has had a culture of violence and impunity which has resulted in massive displacements of people, murder, physical and traumatic memories of the past. In all the epochs of violence, it is worth noting that some church organizations were vocal and castigated the poli...