Christian missions in Africa : success, ferment, and trauma / edited by Wilhelmina J. Kalu, Nimi Wariboko, and Toyin Falola
- The collected essays of Ogbu Uke Kalu ; v. 2
- Changing tides : some currents in world Christianity at the end of the twentieth century -- Globalization and missions in the twenty-first century -- Gathering figs from thistles? : hinterland slavery and the Cristianization of Igboland, 1900-1950 -- "Ndi afe ocha" : the early Aladura of Igboland, 1925-1975 -- Osondu : pattern of Igbo quests for Jesus power -- Nthangata : African Christianity in the world wars, 1914-1945 -- Passive revolution and its sabotuers : decolonizing the African church, 1945-1975 -- West African Christianity -- Experiencing evangelicalism in africa : an Africanist perspective -- Black missionaries and White abolitionist : the careers of Joseph and Mary Gomer in the Good Hope Mission, Shebro, Sierra-Leone, 1871-1894 -- New religious movements -- Ethiopianism in African Christianity -- Who is afraid of the Holy Ghost : Presbyterians and early charismatic movement in Nigeria, 1966-1975 -- Continuity in change : Pentecostalism in African maps of the universe -- A trail of ferment in Africa Christianity : Ethiopianism, Prophetism and Pentecostalism -- The big man and the big god : popular culture, media and African pentecostal missionary strategy -- Modeling the genealogy and character of global pentecostalism : an African perspective -- The shape and flow of African church historiography -- Christianity in South Saharan Africa, 1800-present -- Babel, multiculturalism, and theological education : models of theological education in Africa, 1960-2000 -- The trauma of growth : reflections on African Christianity in the twenty-first century.
- 1592217761 (hard cover)
9781592217762 (hard cover)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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