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Indigenous Peoples: A Case Study on being a Twenty-First-Century Maori Anglican  

Jenny Te Paa-Daniel

Print publication date:
Oct 2015
Online publication date:
Jul 2016
In 1992 the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia, which owed its origin ultimately to the work of Samuel Marsden and other missionaries, undertook a globally unprecedented ... More

Jesuits and Africa  

Festo Mkenda

Jesuits have commanded scholarly attention in recent years, with Jesuit studies almost becoming an independent academic discipline. However, their involvement in Africa remains largely ... More