Independent African Christianity: Its Study and Its Future

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Independent African Christianity: Its Study and Its Future

in Journal of Asian and African Studies

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AndersonE.BaeitaC.G.PauwB.SundklerB.G.WelbourneF.B., Messianic Popular Movements in the Lower Congo, (1958).

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TurnerH.W., African Independent Church 2 vols, (Oxford 1967).

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Turner spent more than seven years studying this Church. Its membership is about 8000 spread over four countries: Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Liberia. I myself was present at evangelization carried out by its ministers in Togo (1966).

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TurnerH.W., 'A Methodology for Modern African Religious Movements' (1966) VIII Comp. Studies in Society and History: 2.

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