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role of the church in the transformation of the Namibian society

Conference on the Future Role of the Church in Namibia (1990 Windhoek, Namibia)

role of the church in the transformation of the Namibian society

Conference on the Future Role of the Church in Namibia, held in Windhoek 27-31 March 1990

by Conference on the Future Role of the Church in Namibia (1990 Windhoek, Namibia)

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Published by Council of Churches in Namibia in Katutura, Windhoek .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia
    • Subjects:
    • Christianity -- Namibia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      At head of title: Together in Jesus Christ.

      Other titlesTogether in Jesus Christ., Conference on The Future Role of the Church in Namibia.
      Statementedited by Tobias Mbako.
      ContributionsMbako, Tobias., National Council of Churches in Namibia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBR1458 .C66 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination59 p. :
      Number of Pages59
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1392021M
      LC Control Number92981434

      RHENISH MISSION SOCIETY IN NAMIBIA WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SCHISM () By HENDRIK RUDOLF TJIBEBA, (paulinum Theological Seminary, Namibia) B. Th. (Natal) Submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities. Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission (20th Anniversary Edition) (American Society of Missiology Book 16) - Kindle edition by David J. /5(25).

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Role of the church in the transformation of the Namibian society by Conference on the Future Role of the Church in Namibia (1990 Windhoek, Namibia) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Botswana and Namibia. In this study we will use the acronym MCSA to refer to it. 4 Hudson, T. The Church with Open Doors, Bible Study conducted at the conference of the MCSA in Port Elizabeth, July 8, Conference is the legislative body of the MCSA, which has.

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concept of church and social transformation, church engagement with society throughout history and through analyzing the community of praxis before attempting to develop the model that makes of a local church an agent of social transformation. Lofdal Community Church is presented as an implementation of this model in Maitland.

The mission of the Namibia Evangelical Theological Seminary (NETS) is to equip Christians to serve the Church and the wider community.

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Do these. In the Namibian context and in terms of services provision to society, much credit goes to some of the old churches which came earlier into the country before independence, and they have indeed done a good deal in terms of providing quality education and health services to the Namibian people during the apartheid era.

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Churches are also major recipients ofFile Size: KB. Consider the latest reports emanating from Okaku, a village west of Ondangwa, where a pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia (Elcin) is accused of locking a cemetery in order to.

Namibia's population is Christian. {10} Although the early Christian church in Namibia played a role in the colonial occupation and subjugation of the indigenous people, most denominations ultimately became ardent and consistent challengers of the apartheid state.

{11} The church hasFile Size: KB. Church and Liberation in Namibia: “there has been scant research on church and liberation in Namibia. Nor is there any up-to-date literature on the church in Namibia.” 7.

The huge gap in historical literature on Namibia needs to be closed quickly; the country has played an important role in both international politics and : Katherine Caufield Arnold. Christian Church of God, Deeper Life Bible Church and Living Faith Church as case studies.

The church as a catalyst for transformation in the society Note: This article is based on the research performed in preparation of a dissertation presented to comply Cited by: 2.

Church is more than just entertainment, having large numbers of people attending services or hearing messages of empowerment from the pulpit that makes one feel good. Church is the lifeline of any society.

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