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Author: Rodney Davenport,Richard Elphick
ISBN: 0852557515
Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
Pages 512 pages
Publisher James Currey (January 1, 1998)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
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eBook Christianity in South Africa: A Political, Social and Cultural History download

by Rodney Davenport,Richard Elphick


This is a creative and much-needed contribution to scholarship and general knowledge. -Dean S. Gilliland, Fuller Theological Seminary. Series: Perspectives on Southern Africa (Book 55).

Christianity in South African History. 1. The transplanting of christianity. Richard Elphick is Professor of History at Wesleyan University. Rodney Davenport is Professor Emeritus at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Библиографические данные. Christianity in South Africa: A Political, Social, and Cultural History History: Religious studies Perspectives on Southern Africa (Том 55). Редакторы. Richard Elphick, Rodney Davenport, T. R. H. Davenport. Издание: иллюстрированное.

Christianity arrived in South Africa with settlers from Europe, starting with Jan van Riebeeck in 1652, when Vereenigde . Richard Elphick (1997). Christianity in South Africa: A Political, Social, and Cultural History.

Christianity arrived in South Africa with settlers from Europe, starting with Jan van Riebeeck in 1652, when Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC, Dutch East India Company) authorized him to establish a post to resupply food and fuel to ships traveling between the Netherlands and Southeast and South Asia  .

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Richard H. Elphick, Rodney Davenport. Almost three-quarters of South Africans in the late-1990s call themselves Christians

Richard H. Almost three-quarters of South Africans in the late-1990s call themselves Christians. From colonial times, when missionaries embroiled themselves in frontier conflicts, until recently, when both defenders and opponents of apartheid draw heavily upon Christian doctrine and ritual, Christian impulses have shaped South Africa.

oceedings{A, title {Richard Elphick and Rodney Davenport, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

This 25-chapter volume consists of five parts: the transplanting of Christianity (1652-1910); the churches of modern South Africa; Christianity in South Africa subcultures; Christianity and the creative arts; Christianity, power and race

Perspectives on Southern Africa 55. Berkeley: University or California Press, 1997. Recommend this journal.

Perspectives on Southern Africa 55. J. Alton Templin (a1). Iliff School of Theology.

Wilson, Richard A. Reconciliation and Revenge in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Rethinking Legal Pluralism and Human Rights.

Cape Town: David Philip (PTY) Ltd, 1997. De Gruchy, John and Steve de Gruchy. Wilson, Richard A. Current Anthropology 41, no. 1 (2000): 75–98. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

University of California press. The Kongolese Saint Anthony: Dona Beatriz Kimpa Vita and the Antonian Movement, 1684–1706 by John Thornton, 1998.

Almost three-quarters of South Africans in the late-1990s call themselves Christians. From colonial times, when missionaries embroiled themselves in frontier conflicts, until recently, when both defenders and opponents of apartheid draw heavily upon Christian doctrine and ritual, Christian impulses have shaped South Africa. North America: University of California Press; South Africa: David Philip/New Africa Books