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Nigerian Pentecostalism and Development

Some scholars suggest that the combination of an enchanted worldview, an emphasis on miracles and prosperity teaching, and a preoccupation with evangelism discourages effective political engagement and militates against development. However, Nigerian Pentecostalism and Development argues that there is an emerging movement within contemporary Nigerian Pentecostalism which is becoming...

Publié le 10/03/2022 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Pentecostalism in Africa: Pneumatic Christianity in Postcolonial Societies

During recent decades, Pentecostal/charismatic Christianity (pc/c) has moved from an initially peripheral position to become a force to be reckoned with within African Christianity and sub-Saharan African societies in general... Bringing together prominent Africanist scholars from a variety of disciplines (theology and church history, anthropology, sociology, religious studies, political...

Publié le 06/01/2022 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Political Pentecostalism: 4 Synoptic Surveys (Asia Africa Latin America)

With volume 17 the series Weltkirche und Mission takes up again the topic of Pentecostal religiosity which made the start in the research projects conducted at the Institute for Global Church and Mission since 2010. The renewed engage- ment is motivated by the focus on the perception of an increasingly political and public activity of actors with Pentecostal background. Since 2016 there...

Publié le 04/11/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Postcolonial revival in the French-speaking world

Just a few days ago, Yvan Castanou , a prominent megachurch pastor (IMpact Centre Chrétien, ICC)  based in the Paris' suburbs, met in Lagos Bishop David Oyedepo, Nigeria's most powerful Evangelical pastor. The go-between was pastor Matthew Ashimolowo , megachurch pastor based in London (Kingsway International church). This kind of connection doesn't come by accident. It is a...

Publié le 28/10/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Baptist Churches and War in Eastern Congo between 1990 and 2011

Langham is one ot the major publishers providing today fresh quality content from skilled African authors. Social science researchers would greatly benefit from paying closer attention to the many good books released each year, including this one: written by Eraston Kambale Kighoma  from a Christian scholarly point of view, this missiology study is worth reading. It provides...

Publié le 22/07/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Innovation and Competition in Zimbabwean Pentecostalism

"Using the concept of a “religious market”, this volume explores how African Traditional Religions and churches within Prophetic Pentecostalism in Zimbabwe seek to attract and retain members and clients. Chapters provide extensive coverage of two of the leading churches, namely, Emmanuel Makandiwa's United Family International Church (UFIC) and Walter Magaya's Prophetic Healing and...

Publié le 01/07/2021 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Genders, Sexualities, and Spiritualities in African Pentecostalism

In the last three decades, African Pentecostalism has emerged as one the most visible and profound aspects of religious change on the continent, and is a social force that straddles cultural, economic, and political spheres. Its conventional and selective literal interpretations of the Bible with respect to gender and sexualities are increasingly perceived as exhibiting a strong...

Publié le 22/10/2020 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

Rose Laurens

Rose Laurens ( Podwojny) est née le 3 mars 1953 à Paris ,elle est décédée le 30 avril 2018 .  En 1980 elle a interprété le rôle de Fantine au Palais des sports de Paris dans les Misérables (Victor Hugo) mise en scène: Robert Hossein . 

Publié le 30/04/2018 dans cocole02 par Cocole | Lire la suite...

NOSTAL-ZIK N°13

Quand les gestes et les voix conspirent à imiter les caprices du ciel, pour peu que créativité et talent jouent de concert, notre humble humanité se met soudain au diapason de la nature. Et quand une chorale se libère des postures engoncées dictées par les règles de l'art, cela donne un spectacle haut en sons et émotions. Telle est la prouesse de la formation  Angel City...

Publié le 24/01/2018 dans Postage &... par Jacques GIMARD | Lire la suite...

Pictures from Field work in DR Congo and Burkina Faso

Too busy! This is the main reason why this blog has not been fed as expected in this year 2015. There is another reason however: my research has been directed more and more towards the French-speaking transnational territories between France and Africa. Here are some insights from my recent field studies in Congo DR and Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou): Field in Congo DR (Kinshasa), Flickr...

Publié le 20/12/2015 dans French Windows par A lire | Lire la suite...

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