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African Christianity in the Jewish State: Adaptation, Accommodation and Legitimization of Migrant Workers' Churches, 1990-2003

Journal of Religion in Africa
(Thursday, January 1, 2004) Thursday, January 1, 2004

"This paper examines the role of African Initiated Churches (AICs) in the lives of
African migrant laborers in Israel. Its aim is to attain a deeper understanding of
religion and church affiliation among African migrant laborers in Israel from the
perspective of the Africans themselves. It traces the creation and development of
the AICs in Israel, including the various services and activities that the churches
provided for their members in the social, economic and political arenas. It argues

African History: A Very Short Introduction

(Sunday, January 1, 2006) Sunday, January 1, 2006

This Very Short Introduction looks at Africa's past and reflects on the changing ways it has been imagined and represented, both in Africa and beyond. The author illustrates important aspects of Africa's history with a range of fascinating historical examples, drawn from over 5 millennia across this vast continent. The multitude of topics that the reader will learn about in this succinct work include the unity and diversity of African cultures, slavery, religion, colonial conquest, the diaspora, and the importance of history in understanding contemporary Africa.

African Christianity in the Jewish State: Adaptation, Accommodation and Legitimization of Migrant Workers' Churches, 1990-2003

(Monday, December 31, 2007) Monday, December 31, 2007

This paper examines the role of African Initiated Churches (AICs) in the lives of African migrant laborers in Israel. Its aim is to attain a deeper understanding of religion and church affiliation among African migrant laborers in Israel from the perspective of the Africans themselves. It traces the creation and development of the AICs in Israel, including the various services and activities that the churches provided for their members in the social, economic and political arenas.

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