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Images of Jesus among christian women in Harare
(Edinburgh University Press, http://www.euppublishing.com/, 2007)
This study seeks to find out what has attracted women to Christianity. In particular, it seeks to find out the existential circumstances and needs of the Harare Christian women that have led them to be attracted to Jesus. ...
Ditumelo secondary literature review: HIV prevention and faith-based organisation in Botswana
(Boleswa Journal of Theology, Religion and Philosophy (BJTRP), 2008-06)
The following secondary literature review was developed by a team of researchers from the University of Botswana, primarily from the Department of Theology and Religious studies, as part of an assessment of the present and ...
The Shona Bible and the politics of bible translation
(Edinburgh University Press, http://www.euppublishing.com/, 2009)
The article discusses the politics of bible translation focusing on the Shona Bible. Specifically it looks at the translation of the word 'banquetings' into 'mabira' in the Union Shona Bible, the first complete translation ...
Making money or spreading the gospel? An analysis of the mission of gospel musicians in contemporary Zimbabwe
(Unisa Press, http://www.unisa.ac.za & Routledge, http://www.informaworld.com, 2007)
Statistics show that at present there are more gospel musicians in Zimbabwe than secular musicians. Consequently this paradigm shift has not gone unquestioned. People have asked what the mission of these gospel musicians ...
Jerusalem and antioch: inter-state, intra-church politics in the Family of God Church in Botswana
(Research and Development Unit, University of Botswana, 2008)
Most of the literature on religion and politics in Africa celebrates the role that churches have played in fighting the oppressive yoke of colonialism, in fighting the ills of ethnicity and tribalism and in the process of ...
Modern pentecostalism as an urban phenomenon: the case of the family of God church in Zimbabwe.
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2005)
The past twenty to thirty years in the history of Zimbabwean Christianity have witnessed the emergence of a new breed of Pentecostalism that tends to attract the middle and upper classes urban residents. This paper ...