Religion and development in southern and central Africa. Vol. I /

"This book is a result of a joint conference, which was held from 18th-22nd July 2017 under the theme Religion, Citizenship and Development: Southern African Perspectives.'The theme of the conference was adopted in order to underline the importance and significance of religion in the socio...

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Other Authors: Amanze, James (Editor), Masango, Maake (Editor), Chitando, Ezra (Editor), Siwila, Lilian (Editor)
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Language:English
Published: Luwinga, Mzuzu : Mzuni Press, 2019.
Series:Mzuni books ; no. 37.
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245 0 0 |a Religion and development in southern and central Africa.  |n Vol. I /  |c edited by James N. Amanze, Maake Masango, Ezra Chitando, Lilian Siwila. 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 467-499). 
505 0 0 |g v. 1. --  |t New trends in the global discourse on religion and development /  |r Dietrich Werner --  |t The role of religion in the development of the people the people for the people /  |r James Nathaniel Amanze --  |t Religion and development in southern Africa /  |r Dakarai Makoto --  |t The contributions of religion in development : the case of Chasefu Mission of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Synod of Zambia /  |r Victor Chilenje --  |t The imago Dei and religious communities as Catholic development cogs : the Gweru-Masvingo Diocese 1991-2017 /  |r Edmore Dube --  |t Religious values, women and the concept of development /  |r Felicidade N. Chirinda --  |t Community based theological education for social transformation of women in Chongwe District, Zambia /  |r Judith Lubasi Hubala-Ziwa --  |t Witchcraft, revelation and education in the pursuit of development /  |r Johanneke Kroesbergen-Kamps --  |t Philosophical and religious reflections on sustainable development goals : revisiting indigenization in Zimbabwe /  |r Chipo Hatendi, Kudzai Biri,  |r Joyline Gwara --  |t God is watching you /  |r Hermen Kroesbergen --  |t Religious communities, FBOs and the sustainable development goals agenda : crucial religious actors and assets for achieving core goals /  |r Jairos Hlatywayo --  |t Let the children come : a theological reflection on Jesus' call for children's development agenda in Zambia /  |r Lameck Banda --  |t Shona proverbs and the concept of development /  |r Liveson Tatira --  |t The Central Kalahari Game Reserve land dispute : law, economics and theological perspective /  |r Tshenolo J. Madigele,  |r P.K. Madigele,  |r G.E.J. Mogomotsi --  |t The Christian missionaries' Messianic' role in African community development : whose story, which lenses and whose voice? /  |r RuMagosvongwe --  |t The role of Capernaum Trust in promoting quality education in Zimbabwe /  |r Clemence Makamure,  |r Vengesai Chimininge --  |t Bringing God to the forefront once more : the need for theological education in sustainable development : the Botswana case /  |r Obed Ndeya Obadia Kealotswe --  |t Religion as a significant ingredient of development /  |r Devison Telen Banda --  |t The role of religious communities and FBOs in promoting sustainable development /  |r Paul Kakooza --  |t Understanding Prasadam as a Hare Krishna Movement's initiative to alleviate poverty in Botswana /  |r Elizabeth P. Motswapong --  |t Let my people go : an exploration of the Exodus experience in the light of development in southern Africa /  |r Zekia Mujaho,  |r Vengesai Chimininge --  |t Some leadership lessons from Ezra-Nehemiah for African development /  |r Lovemore togarasei,  |r Lebogang Moeti --  |t Africa for Africans and Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans! : a critical interrogation of the concept of development in Zimbabwe /  |r Munetsi Ruzivo --  |t Faith-based organizations and their role in HIV and AIDS care and treatment in Zimbabwe /  |r Tabona Shoko --  |t Inculturating Nhimbe in response to Vatican II teaching on collaborative ministry for sustainable development in Zimbabwe /  |r Takesure Mahohoma,  |r Prosper Muzambi --  |t Religion and development in Zambia : a case of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection /  |r Nelly Mwale,  |r Joseph Chita --  |t Rewriting the sacred script : Johanne Marange Apostolic Church (JMAC) and development in Zimbabwe /  |r Justine Goba,  |r Nisbert T. Taringa 
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520 |a "This book is a result of a joint conference, which was held from 18th-22nd July 2017 under the theme Religion, Citizenship and Development: Southern African Perspectives.'The theme of the conference was adopted in order to underline the importance and significance of religion in the socio-economic development of people in the world generally and in Southern and Central Africa in particular. The papers in the book are divided into two volumes. Volume one consists of papers which directly discuss religion and development in one form or another. The second volume contains papers that discuss religion and other pertinent issues related to development. The papers are grouped into sub-themes for ease of reference. These include Citizenship and Development, Migration and Development, Disability and Development, Pentecostal Churches and Development and Religion and Society. All in all, despite a divergence of sub-themes in volume two, all point to issues to do with the role of religion in development in Southern and Central Africa today."--Publisher's description 
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650 0 |a Economic development  |z Africa, Southern  |x Religious aspects  |v Congresses. 
650 0 |a Economic development  |z Africa, Central  |x Religious aspects  |v Congresses. 
651 0 |a Africa, Southern  |x Economic integration. 
651 0 |a Africa, Southern  |x Religion  |v Congresses. 
651 0 |a Africa, Central  |x Religion  |v Congresses. 
700 1 |a Amanze, James,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Masango, Maake,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Chitando, Ezra,  |e editor. 
700 1 |a Siwila, Lilian,  |e editor. 
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