download process

Making African Christianity: Africans Reimagining Their Faith in Colonial South Africa - Robert J. Houle

Not Available

This file is no longer available on Tradebit.

Pay for Making African Christianity: Africans Reimagining Their Faith in Colonial South Africa - Robert J. Houle
2.914 MB File

Robert J. Houle examines the history of faith among colonial Zulu Christians (known as amaKholwa,) in what would become South Africa, arguing that Africans successfully naturalized Christianity. Houle believes that before the religion could take hold, several aspects of Christianity needed to be 'translated' to fill critical gaps between existing African beliefs and Chritian tradition. This dual identity was difficult to reconcile through much of Zulu Christian history, but ultimately transformed both the Zulu Christians and their adopted faith.

Author: Houle, Robert J.
Publisher: Lehigh University Press
Illustration: Y
Language: ENG
Title: Making African Christianity: Africans Reimagining Their Faith in Colonial South Africa
Pages: 00332 (Encrypted EPUB) / 00332 (Encrypted PDF)
On Sale: 2011-09-16
SKU-13/ISBN: 9781611461473
Lib Category: Africa, Southern - Church history
Lib Category: Zulu (African people) - Religion
Category: Religion : Christianity - History - General
Category: Religion : Comparative Religion
Category: Religion : Ethnic & Tribal


(ID 239055909)

File Data:

Contact Seller:
ebook-reader, US, Member since 09/08/2010

URL:

Embed:
Create JavaScript Mobile Tag Widgets for your homepage

More Files From This User


Tradebit Reviews

Tradebit is the worlds largest marketplace for digital files, with over 2.5 million satisfied customers and millions of digital products. Online for over 12 years, Tradebit is the best place to find files like music, video tutorials, repair manuals, and more. If you're curious about how much our users love Tradebit, read reviews from real buyers!