Conflicted power in Malawian Christianity : essays missionary and evangelical from Malawi / Klaus Fiedler.
- Luwinga, Mzuzu, Malawi : Mzuni Press, 2015. , ©2016
- Mzuni books ; no. 16.
Mzuni books ; no. 16
442 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Christianity -- Malawi.
Evangelicalism -- Malawi.
Missionaries -- Malawi.
Christianity and other religions -- African.
Christianity and other religions -- Islam.
Christian sects -- Malawi.
Africans -- Religion.
- For the sake of Christian marriage, abolish church weddings
The moralities of condom use: theological considerations
Compulsory HIV testing: a Christian imperative
The cross and the resurrection
The "smaller" churches and big government
Even in church the exercise of power is accountable to God
Power at the receiving end: the Jehovah's Witnesses' experience in one party Malawi
Christian missions and Western colonialism: soulmates or antagonists?
Gender equality in the New Testament: the case of St Paul
The process of religious diversification in Malawi: a reflection on method and a first attempt at a synthesis
Islamization in Malawi: perceptions and reality
Faith missions: 125 years
Aspects of the early history of the Bible School Movement
Shifts in eschatology: shifts in missiology
The post-classical missions and churches in Africa: identity and challenge to missiological research
"A revival disregarded and disliked"
The charismatic and pentecostal movements in Malawi in cultural perspective
Africa's evangelical turn
A community of teaching/learning, research and publishing
Dictionary entries and book reviews.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 399-420) and index.
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