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    George C. Bond,Walton R. Johnson,Sheila S. Walker
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Patterns of Religious Continuity. ship in the Maranke Church: A Case Study in Continuity and Change. G. C. Bond, A Prophecy That Failed: The Lumpa Church of Uyombe, Zambia.

Patterns of Religious Continuity. A Volume in the STUDIES IN ANTHROPOLOGY Series. CHAPTER HEADINGS: Introduction. S. Walker, The Message as the Medium: The Harrist Churches of the Ivory Coast and Ghana. L. Mullings, Religious Change and Social Stratification in Labadi, Ghana: The Church of the Messiah.

Department of Anthropology and Program of Afro-American Studies, Loyola University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 07 September 2016.

African Christianity: Patterns of Religious Continuity. African Christianity: Patterns of Religious Continuity. New York: Academic Press, 1979.

K. Nyamayaro Mufuka (a1). National Museum, Harare.

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African Christianity: Patterns of Religious Continuity. The African Methodist Episcopal Church and Ethiopianism in South Africa. Stephen D. Glazier, George Clement Bond, Walton R. Johnson, Sheila S. Walker. Worship and Freedom: A Black Church in Zambia. K. Nyamayaro Mufuka, Walton R. Johnson.

Using ethnography from a 1995 ‘race’ crisis at Rutgers University, I show the applicability of George Bond’s writings on inequality. Are ‘whites’ in South Africa really ready for democracy? Article. Where Zionists Draw the Line: A Study of Religious Exclusiveness in an African Township.

George C. Bond, Walton R. Johnson, and Sheila S. Walker, African Christianity: Patterns of Religious Continuity (New York: Academic Press, 1979), 1. oogle Scholar. 2. James L. Cox and Gerrie ter Haar, Uniquely African?: African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives, Religion in Contemporary Africa Series (Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2003), 9. 6. Thomas C. Oden, How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind: The African Seedbed of Western Christianity (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Books, 2007), 2.

Subjects: Anthropology, Social Sciences. African Christianity: Patterns of Religious Continuity by George Bond, Walton Johnson, Sheila S. Walker

Subjects: Anthropology, Social Sciences. Collections: Arts & Sciences II Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection. Walker (pp. 402-403).