On How Religion Creates New Life-stories
The book will be essential assigned reading in university courses in development studies, anthropology, and missiology.
AIC – African Initiated Churches, or African Indigenous Churches. These independent congregations share many aspects with the Malagasy Fifohazana Movement, and the Fifohazana has often been compared to the AIC’s.
ARHAP – African Religious Health Assets Programme, an international research program begun at the University of Cape Town, which explores the relationship of religion and health in Africa.
FBO – Faith-based organization, an organization that is based on religious inspiration and guidance for its activities.
FFKM – Fiombonan’ny Fiangonana Kristiana eto Madagasikara, the National Council of Christian Churches in Madagascar.
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