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The author of the book: Brian Garvey
Date of issue: 01 Feb 1994
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 324 KB
City - Country: Leiden, Netherlands
Full description of the book Bembaland Church : Religious and Social Change in South Central Africa: 1891-1964:Roman Catholic missionaries entered the territory of Bemba-speakers in Central Africa in 1891. Seventy years later the Church in Bembaland was about to enter a new phase as an independent religious community within a newly established African nation. This book traces the stages of church growth from its pioneering introduction to a traditional agricultural polity, through periods of disturbing economic and social change, to the later challenges from autochthonous Christian foundations originating in both the Catholic and Protestant traditions.
About the author Brian GarveyBrian Garvey was educated at the Universities of Oxford and London and obtained his Ph.D. in 1974. He has taught in mission education in Northern Zambia and at the University of Zambia in Lusaka, and currently teaches in the School of Education and in the Centre for Development Studies of the University of Leeds.
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