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eBook Healing in the Nigerian Church: A Pastoral-Psychological Exploration (Studies in the Intercultural History of Christianity) ePub

by Chinonyelu Moses Ugwu,Moses C Ugwu,Jan A Jongeneel,Theo Sundermeier,Richard Friedli

  • ISBN: 082043437X
  • Category: Humanities
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  • Author: Chinonyelu Moses Ugwu,Moses C Ugwu,Jan A Jongeneel,Theo Sundermeier,Richard Friedli
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 264
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Home Moses Chinonyelu Ugwu Healing in the Nigerian Church: A al. Psychological problems and conflicts are general human problems that could be found in any culture, but their expressions, manifestations and actualizations depend on the culture concerned. Only in this way can they resolve most of the problems termed spiritual cases.

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with healing ministries in the contemporary church, as. .Dutch Puritanism: A History of English and Scottish Churches of the Netherlands in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.

with healing ministries in the contemporary church, as well as being scholarly. qualities of combining the insight of an insider with the reliability of an expert in Patristics. make this book valuable for a treatment of the subject. This book deserves a wide readership in circles far beyond the reach of patristic studies, especially in reection on the Church’s ministry to the sick and the relation with the King-. Studies in the History of Christian Thought 31. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1982. xiv + 486 pp. f. 172.

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Studies in Church History. Volume 19: the church and healing. Christianity has been identified as both the cause and the catalyst of social change in Africa. Volume 19: the church and healing English Français. Spiritual healing has always been at the core of the religious activities of Nigerian Prophetic Churches. The idea that healing-prayer succeeds where Western medical treatment fails is common among these Churches. The emergence of independent Churches founded by Africans in protest at some of the features in Mission Christianity clearly constitutes an important part of the history of the Church in Africa, particularly in Nigeria.

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The history of Christianity. The primitive church. Jesus’ encounter with St. John the Baptist, the ascetic in the Judaean desert who preached repentance and baptism in view of God’s coming kingdom, marked a decisive moment for his career. He recognized in John the forerunner of the kingdom that his own ministry proclaimed. The first preaching of Jesus, in his home region of Galilee, took the form of vivid parables and was accompanied by miraculous healings.

This classic study offers an understanding of the ancient religious cults, exploring their appeal and eventual failure in the face of Christianity. London, in 1925 under the title The Mystery-Religions and Christianity. Topics include the Eleusinian mysteries of ancient Greece; Asiatic cults of Cybele, the Magna Mater, and Attis; Dionysian groups; Orphics; Egyptian devotees of Isis and Osiris; Mithraism; and others

Become an AAAS Member. There is substantial variation in psychological attributes across cultures. Schulz et al. examined whether the spread of Catholicism in Europe generated much of this variation (see the Perspective by Gelfand).

This research work shows that "Healing in the church" which is found in different African countries could be better understood from the traditional African religious world-view. Using the lgbo of Nigeria as an example, the author suggests that some problems attributed to one cause or another in traditional African society might be psychological or psychosomatic in nature. Elements of a belief system can be used as means of expressing some underlying psychosocial conflicts. Psychological problems and conflicts are general human problems that could be found in any culture, but their expressions, manifestations and actualizations depend on the culture concerned. Experiences of Psychotherapy in Africa have shown that Therapists need to be familiar with the cultural features of the patients' lives in order to recognize the psychosocial problems behind the physical complaints of the patients. Only in this way can they resolve most of the problems termed "spiritual" cases. These findings are also very relevant for theology and pastoral practice in African countries.