5 edition of Dreaming, Religion and Society in Africa (Studies of Religion in Africa) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Brill Academic Publishers|
|Publishers||Brill Academic Publishers|
|LC Classifications||August 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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The theology of redemption and reconciliation in the work of Christ on the cross becomes more meaningful as it addresses the questions of cosmic harmony. The lesser beings, such as gods and divinities occupy a lesser position, but higher than the humans do. Dreaming of the linchpins of animism, and of primal religion in general, is the belief that all existence is connected. The philosophical law of harmony deals with the theological questions of reconciliation, restoration, reverence, awe, sense of wonder, the accompanied sacrifices and offerings, ceremonies, rituals and worship.
Researchers such as and have claimed that dream processing must include a more symbolic approach, utilizing metaphors to explain its purposes. The term candomble refers to the community of devotees, the consecrated area where their rites take place, and to the dances that make up a large part of the religion.
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Countering the efforts of the antiapartheid community, the Christian League of Southern Africa rallied in support of the government's apartheid policies. The Supreme Being seems to be far remote or less functional in the traditional African everyday life.
West African [ ] The essence of this school of thought is based mainly on oral transmission; that which is written in people's hearts, minds, oral history, customs, temples and religious functions. We have adopted and developed them into a comprehensive and coherent philosophical system and worldview, which has enhanced substantially our definition and interpretation of the African traditional religions and cultures.
All traditional African religions are united by a shared core with special importance to. The means of acquiring or having access to these powers and forces are many. Minor gods, some merely demons, were also given places in local divine hierarchies.
African people often combine the practice of their traditional belief with the practice of Abrahamic religions.
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The pantheistic elements imbedded in this African holism would have to be addressed and evaluated Biblically.
This page also has texts and books with alternate views, primarily written by African-Americans, which, in our opinion, also deserve consideration.
Shariyat-Ki-Sugmad, Books One and Two, 65• In conclusion, the services of traditional healers go far beyond the uses of herbs for physical illnesses.