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eBook Priests, Witches and Power: Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania (Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology) ePub

by Maia Green

  • ISBN: 0521621895
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Maia Green
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 14, 2003)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1465 kb
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Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania. Published online: 22 September 2009. In the aftermath of colonial mission, Christianity has come to have widespread acceptance in Southern Tanzania.

Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania. In this book, Maia Green explores contemporary Catholic practice in a rural community of Southern Tanzania.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Priests, Witches and Power: Popular Christianity. Priests, Witches and Power: Popular Christianity after Mission in Southern Tanzania. the Roman Catholic Church is one of the largest Christian churches in Tanzania with some . million members out of a population recently estimated to be 63. million.

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In this book, Maia Green explores contemporary Catholic practice in a rural community of Southern Tanzania.

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Cultural & Social Anthropology Books. This book discusses in a historical context how Christianity has been adopted in Southern Tanzania. Cambridge Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Priests, Witches and Power : Popular Christianity After Mission in Southern Tanzania. Cambridge University Press. List of maps Preface 1. Global Christianity and the structure of power 2. Colonial conquest and the consolidation of marginality 3, Evangelisation in Ulanga 4. The persistence of mission 5. Popula. More).

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This anthropological account of a Catholic community in East Africa reveals how Catholicism came to have widespread acceptance in Southern Tanzania and how this history currently affects practicing Catholics. Maia Green provides a descriptive account of those considering themselves Catholics in Eastern Africa in relationship to Western assumptions of "conversion". She thus encourages a new approach to the consequences of large-scale shifts in religious affiliation. The book also contains information about other ritual practices concerning kinship, aging and death.