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Missionary Archives - Africa
East Africa

The importance of missionary archives as a primary resource continues to grow as their value for the study of a variety of scholarly disciplines and subjects becomes ever more widely recognized. This collection lists 19th and 20th century archive materials relating to Africa, south of Sahara, and to Madagascar and Mauritius. There are large sections on Southern, Central and West Africa and lesser amounts on Eastern and Western Central Africa.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Africa collection.
Missionary Archives - Africa
North-East Africa

The importance of missionary archives as a primary resource continues to grow as their value for the study of a variety of scholarly disciplines and subjects becomes ever more widely recognized. This collection lists 19th and 20th century archive materials relating to Africa, south of Sahara, and to Madagascar and Mauritius. There are large sections on Southern, Central and West Africa and lesser amounts on Eastern and Western Central Africa.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Africa collection.
Missionary Archives - Africa
South-East Africa

The importance of missionary archives as a primary resource continues to grow as their value for the study of a variety of scholarly disciplines and subjects becomes ever more widely recognized. This collection lists 19th and 20th century archive materials relating to Africa, south of Sahara, and to Madagascar and Mauritius. There are large sections on Southern, Central and West Africa and lesser amounts on Eastern and Western Central Africa.

This collection is also included in the Missionary Archives - Africa collection.

, 1994); Philip Jenkins, The Lost History of Christianity: The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia—and How it Died (Oxford: Lion Hudson PLC , 2008); William Dalrymple, From the Holy Mountain: A journey in the shadow of Byzantium (London: Harper Press, 1998

In: Exchange
Author: Tala Raheb

: Lexington, 2018). 4 For examples, see Philip Jenkins, The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity (USA: Oxford University Press, 2011); or Philip Jenkins, The Lost History of Christianity: The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia—and How It Died

In: Exchange

). Yet, they do not themselves present insight into the actual processes of inculturation in the wider community, as Magesa later provides for East Africa ( Magesa 2004 ). Compared to Magesa, our study adds a layer of complexity. Where Magesa’s empirical study focusses on the interaction between the

In: Context and Catholicity in the Science and Religion Debate

Heather J. Sharkey, eds., American Missionaries and the Middle East: Foundational Encounters (Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2011); Heather J. Sharkey, ed., Cultural Conversions: Unexpected Consequences of Christian Missionary Encounters in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia

In: Exchange

Christian community. 2 Weatherhead asserted that one could travel from the coast of East Africa encountering “savages” who were “bedaubed with paint and grease,” but when one arrived “in Uganda, … we see no such thing … we seem to have come again to civilization.” 3 To assure its supporters of the

In: Social Sciences and Missions
Author: Muhammed Haron

) committee has been reasonably active, but it has not had major successes in conversion and thus has not been a major contributor to the growing number of Muslims. In addition to South Asian Muslims, a number of North African and East African Muslims have also arrived in Botswana

In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2017

in the world outside India with a Jain population in the early twentieth century. By 1970 Jains had migrated around the world, with communities appearing in East Africa (32,800), Northern Europe (4,000), and Northern America (4,000; see table 1.50 ). These communities have grown, and emigration

In: Yearbook of International Religious Demography 2017