2 edition of Sociopolitical Changes and the Challenge to Christianity in South Africa (Miscellanea congregalia) found in the catalog.
Sociopolitical Changes and the Challenge to Christianity in South Africa (Miscellanea congregalia)
C.W. Du Tat
December 31, 1994
by Unisa Press / Uitgewers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||118|
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Jordaan, W.J. Towards a psychotheology of reconciliation. In C. du Toit (Ed.) Sociopolitical changes and the challenge to Christianity in South Africa.
Miscellanea Congregalia, Pretoria: Unisa Press. Jordaan, W. Understanding societal stress and coping behaviour in. Religious institutions have played a critical role in the political changes in South Africa during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Christian churches and interdenominational organizations, in particular, depending on the context, affirmed or condemned apartheid, and numerous Christian organizations have contributed to the process of South Africa's nation-building experience through Cited by: Elizabeth Isichei in her book entitled A history of Christianity in Africa has intimated that according to some statistics there were 10 million African Christians inmillion in and predicted that there would be million in the year 2, which means that 1 in 5 of all Christians would be an African" 3.
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