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Overcoming Suffering For Korean College Students In America Through The Word Of God, Prayer, And Sacrificial Service, Jinkook Lee May 2013

Overcoming Suffering For Korean College Students In America Through The Word Of God, Prayer, And Sacrificial Service, Jinkook Lee

ATS Dissertations

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God's Original, Missional, Purposes For Humanity : Creation, Transformation, Restoration, Lonita Giovannini May 2013

God's Original, Missional, Purposes For Humanity : Creation, Transformation, Restoration, Lonita Giovannini

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Ministry Involvement : A Means Of Retaining The Youth Of Curtici Baptist Church, Sorin Ignat May 2013

Ministry Involvement : A Means Of Retaining The Youth Of Curtici Baptist Church, Sorin Ignat

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Constructing A Kazak Christian Identity Using Collective Memory And Critical Contextualization, Kris Stewart Kappler Jan 2013

Constructing A Kazak Christian Identity Using Collective Memory And Critical Contextualization, Kris Stewart Kappler

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Engaging Witchcraft Accusations Among Christians As A Vehicle Of African Traditional Religious Self-Advocacy In African Contexts, Robert Magoola Jan 2013

Engaging Witchcraft Accusations Among Christians As A Vehicle Of African Traditional Religious Self-Advocacy In African Contexts, Robert Magoola

The Asbury Journal

That African Christianity is growing in numbers has become a familiar fact; testimony to the commitment of African preachers and adherents to the gospel of Christ. However, a disturbing trend is sweeping over many parts of sub-Saharan Africa in places such as Uganda. It is the increased number of witchcraft accusations that are being leveled against Christians and Christian leaders. In this paper, Robert Magoola acknowledges this unfortunate predicament facing the African church as it maligns Christian gospel proclamation and enhances African traditional religion’s self- advocacy. He evaluates the possible credibility of field-based evidence on the basis of a ...