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The East African revival

Kevin Ward

The East African revival

history and legacies

by Kevin Ward

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Published by Fountain Publishers in Kampala, Uganda .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-300) and index.

Statementeditors, Kevin Ward, Emma Wild-Wood
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 307 p. :
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24480594M
ISBN 109789970250141
LC Control Number2010306786

Isichei, Elizabeth. Charles F. In the introduction to the volume, the editors make the bold claim that their collection of essays represents a milestone in studying and researching the East African Revival — better known by its African name Balokole — that started in the late s. Editorial Reviews 'In this superb book, Peterson pulls off the rare feat of combining a compelling, comprehensive argument about a huge regional movement with sharply drawn, detailed documentation of the local singularity of the forms it took in seven different areas in Uganda, Tanzania, and Kenya. This unlikely, but perceptive, pairing of prostitutes and revivalists, each as indiscreet and publicly sexualized as the other, forms one of the central themes of the book.

London: CSSM, Winchester, UK: Apologia Publications, With this, Bruner makes his thoughts relevant and appealing to the African readership in general. The result is the most significant history of the East African Revival yet published, a major contribution to our understanding of politicized ethnicity in East Africa, and the most important scholarship on the history of the East African family produced in many years. Table of Contents List of illustrations; Acknowledgments; 1. Smith, A.

Secondly, the book marks and celebrates the foundation of an archival collection for the East African Revival. Pilkington of Uganda. Joe Churchthe leader of a group of missionaries from East Africa, ministered to many churches and conferences in Europe, Brazil, Indonesia, North America and Africa. Charles F.


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Gatu; A personal experience of the revival, John C. A third point deserves to be added. He moves through six major chapters, showing that through the concept of salvation, focusing on sin, confession, and conversion, the Balokole had a great impact in their personal and family lives within the Church of Uganda, and in education, social, and political spheres of East African society.

Ethnic Patriotism and the East African Revival

Isichei, Elizabeth. Evangelical Awakenings in Africa. Revival: An Enquiry. They worked as members of a team, with no one considered a foremost leader above the rest.

The first was Calvary Road, first produced in Church, Awake! Exeter: Paternoster, He remained unordained throughout his life. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, As the teams spread, the revival spread to other groups.

On Sunday, October 5,Festo Kivengere was revived out of a The East African revival book of apostasy, antagonism to the revival, and very loose living. New York: The East African revival book and Brothers, London: SCM Press, We use this information to create a better experience for all users.

Pilkington of Uganda. Byabazaire, Deogratias M. Following these events, Cambridge became of hotbed of missionary enthusiasm. It is a practical and lived religion in the now and normal way of life within the community of which one is part.

Oxford: Oxford University Press, Written by The Anglican Diocese in New England The following perspective is on the East African Revival, a pivotal moment in the Global Anglican Communion’s history, shaping the faith of major churches in Eastern Africa, particularly the Churches of Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda which are now key leaders in the GAFCON movement.

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i 's is one of the truly remarkable movements of the Holy Spirit in the Christian Church. In terms of duration the East African Revival continues to this day, more than fifty years after the Lord first broke- through at Gahini, Rwanda.This book uses ebook 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, ).