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Living Salvation in the East African Revival in...
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Living Salvation in the East African Revival in Uganda ab 24.49 EURO

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Uganda Salvation Front
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Uganda Salvation Front (alternately Uganda Salvation Army) was a terrorist organization operating in eastern Uganda. In 1998, the USF attacked Tororo Prison and abducted several inmates. In 1999, David Nyekorach-Matsanga, a senior official of the Lord's Resistance Army, announced his resignation. Matsanga stated that the LRA had become a tool of the Sudanese government, and that he would continue the fight to remove Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni with his own rebel group: the USF.

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Ruben Spartas Mukasa
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ruben Spartas Mukasa (born 1899) was an early-20th Century religious reformer in Uganda. He had been part of the King''s African Rifles of the British Army, but came to feel that there needed to be an end to colonial rule in Africa and that this must be obtained through a religious rejuvenation with independent Christian Churches. Mukasa formed the African Progessive Association, the Christian Army for the Salvation of Africa and he also formed a branch of the African Orthodox Church in Uganda. The later came about in 1932 when Mukasa war ordained a priest by a bishop under Marcus Garvey. However Mukasa later learned that the African Orthodox Church was not inline with the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and the Coptic Orthodox Church. Mukasa split with the western Church and went to Alexandria where he was ordained by Patriarch Christophoros II. Patriarch Christophoros was the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria thus putting Mukasa into the Eastern Orthdox group that is mainly in the area from Greece to Russia, a totally different religious tradition from the Oriental Orthdox Church that the Coptic and Ethiopian Churches are part of.

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Swahili New Testament Bible
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An economy Swahili language New Testament designed for evangelism outreach in East Africa. Light-weight and paperback, this bible is perfect for church missions to reach people who are not able to afford a New Testament or have reliable access to online or electronic resources. This edition is constructed from the trustworthy and easy to read Kimvita 1914 version. It is also complete with a gospel presentation, maps with Swahili helps, and some illustrations. In the region of East Africa which covers countries such as Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and others, there are approximately 150 million who speak and read Swahili[1]. While many in these regions are multilingual, meaning people speak English, Swahili, and a mother tongue, in written form, reading comprehension of Swahili exceeds English.[2] Swahili Bible translations do exist, mostly as digital or downloadable e-books. However, this option is not viable in areas with low smartphone us (many e-books are not downloadable on the majority of phones in use in these regions), even if there is internet availability. Print options can be rather expensive. A missionary heading to Kenya from the US could pay $80 to $200 for a single print copy to bring with them. The Swahili Bible Project was designed to create an affordable Swahili Bible intended for outreach evangelism and missions. We believe that by making the Swahili New Testament accessible to Swahili speakers, we will open the doors to the knowledge of Christ and salvation through faith and repentance.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Gospel Of The Kingdom
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In April 2014, we traveled to Uganda and Kenya on a missionary trip. As I had opportunity to share with Pastors from these two nations, I became increasingly conscious of the need to put the Gospel message we are sharing within a proper framework that enables us to get a full picture of all that is in the mind of God. This handbook is an attempt to meet that need. The way it is revealed in scripture the Gospel journey is progressive. It goes from an appeal to people on individual basis to repent and seek peace with God on the basis of Christ's sacrifice for mankind, to a warning to nations on the eternal consequences of rejecting God's mercy. It reaches a climax in an outright proclamation of judgments and damnation on all creation that rebels against God. Thus we can distinguish three stages as: -The Gospel of Salvation, -The Gospel of the Kingdom, and -The Everlasting Gospel. This book seeks to explore this progressive revelation of the Gospel message and helps us to separate things properly. It is written in simple language and is a useful tool for Pastors and leaders.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Living Salvation in the East African Revival in...
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Starting in the mid-1930s, East African revivalists (or, Balokole: 'the saved ones') proclaimed a message of salvation, hoping to revive the mission churches of colonial East Africa. Frustrated by what they believed to be the tepid spiritual state of missionary Christianity, they preached that in order to be saved, converts had to confess publicly the specific sins they had committed, putting them'in the light.' By 'walking in the light' with other revival brethren, converts reoriented their lives, articulating this reorientation in the stark terms of light and darkness: they had left their dark past and now lived in the light of salvation. This book uses missionary and Colonial Office archives, contemporary newspapers, archival collections in Uganda, anthropologists' field notes, oral histories, and interviews by the author in order to reexamine the first twenty years of the East African revival movement (roughly, 1935-1955). Focusing upon the creative, controversial, and remarkable efforts of the ordinary African Christians who comprised the vast majority of the movement, it challenges previous historical analyses that have seen in the revival the replication of Britishevangelical holiness spirituality or, alternatively, a manifestation of late colonial dissent. Instead, this study argues, the Balokole revival was a movement through which African Christians articulated and developed a unique spiritual lifestyle, one that responded creatively to the sociopolitical contexts of late colonial East Africa. Jason Bruner is Assistant Professor of Global Christianity at Arizona State University. .

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Swahili New Testament Bible
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An economy Swahili language New Testament designed for evangelism outreach in East Africa. Light-weight and paperback, this bible is perfect for church missions to reach people who are not able to afford a New Testament or have reliable access to online or electronic resources. This edition is constructed from the trustworthy and easy to read Kimvita 1914 version. It is also complete with a gospel presentation, maps with Swahili helps, and some illustrations. In the region of East Africa which covers countries such as Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and others, there are approximately 150 million who speak and read Swahili[1]. While many in these regions are multilingual, meaning people speak English, Swahili, and a mother tongue, in written form, reading comprehension of Swahili exceeds English.[2] Swahili Bible translations do exist, mostly as digital or downloadable e-books. However, this option is not viable in areas with low smartphone us (many e-books are not downloadable on the majority of phones in use in these regions), even if there is internet availability. Print options can be rather expensive. A missionary heading to Kenya from the US could pay $80 to $200 for a single print copy to bring with them. The Swahili Bible Project was designed to create an affordable Swahili Bible intended for outreach evangelism and missions. We believe that by making the Swahili New Testament accessible to Swahili speakers, we will open the doors to the knowledge of Christ and salvation through faith and repentance.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Uzun Ali
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UZUN ALI: SHAME AND SALVATION is a family story of Cyprus as it was at the end of the 19th century...It is a world of Zaptiehs (police), bandits, Aghas (landlords) and divided communities... told as a story of family members, in three generations over 130 years, as they lived, loved and struggled in Ottoman, British, and the War years, through decades of violence and the short-lived independence in 1960. The bittersweet story of the Uzun Ali family unfolds in such diverse places, as Canada, England, Turkey, Uganda and Liberia but the glue that binds all is Cyprus.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Living Salvation in the East African Revival in...
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Starting in the mid-1930s, East African revivalists (or, Balokole: 'the saved ones') proclaimed a message of salvation, hoping to revive the mission churches of colonial East Africa. Frustrated by what they believed to be the tepid spiritual state of missionary Christianity, they preached that in order to be saved, converts had to confess publicly the specific sins they had committed, putting them'in the light.' By 'walking in the light' with other revival brethren, converts reoriented their lives, articulating this reorientation in the stark terms of light and darkness: they had left their dark past and now lived in the light of salvation. This book uses missionary and Colonial Office archives, contemporary newspapers, archival collections in Uganda, anthropologists' field notes, oral histories, and interviews by the author in order to reexamine the first twenty years of the East African revival movement (roughly, 1935-1955). Focusing upon the creative, controversial, and remarkable efforts of the ordinary African Christians who comprised the vast majority of the movement, it challenges previous historical analyses that have seen in the revival the replication of Britishevangelical holiness spirituality or, alternatively, a manifestation of late colonial dissent. Instead, this study argues, the Balokole revival was a movement through which African Christians articulated and developed a unique spiritual lifestyle, one that responded creatively to the sociopolitical contexts of late colonial East Africa. Jason Bruner is Assistant Professor of Global Christianity at Arizona State University. .

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 27.02.2020
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