• M. J. Wynn

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Professor M. J. Wynn, Dean of Students, in his office.
    • M. J. Wynn

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Professor M. J. Wynn, Dean of Students, in his office.
    • M.E. Church (Beaufort, S.C.)

      Jenkins, Christine T.; South Carolina Historical Records Survey (University of South Carolina. South Caroliniana Library, 1937-09-10)
    • Macedonia A.M.E. (Cope, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historial Records Survey (1937-12-15)
    • Macedonia Baptist (E. Jordan, S.C.)

      Boykin, Lulie H.; South Carolina Historical Records Survey (1938-01-15)
    • Macedonia Baptist (Orangeburg, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historial Records Survey (1938-04-15)
    • Macedonia Baptist Church (Richland County, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historical Records Survey (1937-09-09)
    • Macedonia Reformed Episcopal (Elloree, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historial Records Survey (1939-03-15)
    • Mack Branch Baptist (Branchville, S.C.)

      Sinkler, Anna L.; South Carolina Historial Records Survey (1938-04-15)
    • Madonna & Child

      20th C
      Christian Art (non-Western)
    • Madonna & Child

      20th C
      Christian Art (non-Western)
    • Mae H. Faulkner

      DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center, 2016-07-25
      Portrait of Mae H. Faulkner.
    • Magic, divine revelation and translation in theological education in the majority world today (with a focus on Africa)

      Harries,Jim (Southern African Missiological Society, 2019-01-01)
      The impact or sense of text translated into a different worldview must be transformed to engage its new cultural context. An understanding of why and how this happens is vital for the globalising church to get away from a unicentral model of theological truth rooted in economic dependency on the hegemony of Western English. This article portrays intercultural translation in vivid ways using Scriptural example to show how some current models of translation depend on either direct divine revelation or magic for their success. This article advocates Christian discipleship at depth through intercultural missionary engagement rooted in local languages and resources.
    • Major challenges for African women theologians in theological education (1989-2008)

      Phiri, Isabel (Church History Society of Southern Africa, 2011-07-06)
      Peer reviewed
    • " Make a complete break with the past" : Memory and post-colonial modernity in Ghanaian Pentecostal discourse

      Meyer, Birgit (1960-) (1998)
      Die Pentecostal-Kirchen in Ghana, die häufig aus Abspaltungen evangelischer (Missions)Kirchen hervorgegangen sind, wie etwa die "Evangelian Presbyterian Church of Ghana", verlangen ihren Anhängern einen vollständigen Bruch ab mit der eigenen - das bedeutet meist auch der eigenen familiären - Vergangenheit. In der Vorstellungswelt der Pentecostals muß auch ein bekehrter Gläubiger ständig mit den Mächten des Bösen ringen, die aus seiner Vergangenheit noch in unterschiedlichem Ausmaß Besitz von ihm haben. Ein "Handbuch zur Erlösungsprozedur" von 1993 enthält ausführliche Anleitungen, in welchen Schritten die Gläubigen sich von okkulten Kräften lösen können. Ein standardisierter Fragebogen (siehe Anhang) gibt ihnen Hilfestellung bei der Selbsteinschätzung. Die rigorose Zurückweisung religiöser, kultureller und sozialer afrikanischer Traditionen im Leben der Pentecostal-Anhänger, die auf eine starke Individualisierung und Modernisierung abzielt, fällt besonders bei den aufstiegsorientierten (Groß)Stadtbewohnern auf fruchtbaren Boden, die ihr früheres Landleben und ihre (unterstützungsbedürftige) Großfamilie hauptsächlich als Belastung erleben. (DÜI-Ply)
    • Making African Christianity : Africans re-imagining their faith in colonial Southern Africa

      Houle, Robert J. (1969-) (Lehigh Univ. Press, c2011)
      "In the beginning" -- Being Zulu and Christian -- Conflicting identities -- Revival -- Naturalizing the faith -- A Zulu church -- Conclusion
    • Making and sharing the space: initiatives for story-sharing and reconciliation among women and men in South Africa and Northern Ireland

      Ericson, Maria (Stellenbosch, 2006)
      In this article I present findings from my earlier research on reconciliation in South Africa and Northern Ireland, together with some issues raised by my current research project on “reconciliation in South Africa from women’s perspectives”. Reconciliation is seen as a process whereby the diverse “moral landscapes” held in a war-torn society are addressed, with the aim of building, rebuilding or transforming relationships between those in conflict. A common strategy is to provide “safe spaces” where people from all “sides” can broaden their “moral landscapes” and find sources of common ground by listening to, and being challenged by, each other’s life stories and personal experiences of the conflict. On the basis of my case studies, I identify some important conditions for such “story-sharing”, as well as certain dilemmas. I also ask critical questions about what beliefs and practices that may silence certain stories, and how space and power are shared between women and men in church and society, in particular in post-TRC South Africa.
    • Making and sharing the space: initiatives for story-sharing and reconciliation among women and men in South Africa and Northern Ireland

      Ericson, Maria (Stellenbosch, 2006)
      In this article I present findings from my earlier research on reconciliation in South Africa and Northern Ireland, together with some issues raised by my current research project on “reconciliation in South Africa from women’s perspectives”. Reconciliation is seen as a process whereby the diverse “moral landscapes” held in a war-torn society are addressed, with the aim of building, rebuilding or transforming relationships between those in conflict. A common strategy is to provide “safe spaces” where people from all “sides” can broaden their “moral landscapes” and find sources of common ground by listening to, and being challenged by, each other’s life stories and personal experiences of the conflict. On the basis of my case studies, I identify some important conditions for such “story-sharing”, as well as certain dilemmas. I also ask critical questions about what beliefs and practices that may silence certain stories, and how space and power are shared between women and men in church and society, in particular in post-TRC South Africa.
    • Making and sharing the space: initiatives for story-sharing and reconciliation among women and men in South Africa and Northern Ireland

      Ericson, Maria (Stellenbosch, 2006)
      In this article I present findings from my earlier research on reconciliation in South Africa and Northern Ireland, together with some issues raised by my current research project on “reconciliation in South Africa from women’s perspectives”. Reconciliation is seen as a process whereby the diverse “moral landscapes” held in a war-torn society are addressed, with the aim of building, rebuilding or transforming relationships between those in conflict. A common strategy is to provide “safe spaces” where people from all “sides” can broaden their “moral landscapes” and find sources of common ground by listening to, and being challenged by, each other’s life stories and personal experiences of the conflict. On the basis of my case studies, I identify some important conditions for such “story-sharing”, as well as certain dilemmas. I also ask critical questions about what beliefs and practices that may silence certain stories, and how space and power are shared between women and men in church and society, in particular in post-TRC South Africa.
    • “Making Covenant Together: Pastors Learning To Flourish”

      Bowers, James P. (Digital Showcase, 2012-01-01)