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Author Lado, Ludovic, 1970-

Title Catholic Pentecostalism and the paradoxes of Africanization : processes of localization in a Catholic Charismatic movement in Cameroon / by Ludovic Lado
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 245 pages) : illustrations
Series Studies of religion in Africa, 0169-9814 ; v. 37
Studies on religion in Africa ; 37
Contents List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; General Introduction; Chapter One: From North America to Cameroon; Chapter Two: Misfortune Narratives in Ephphata; Chapter Three: A Typology of Spirit Possession; Chapter Four: Charismatic Prayer Sessions; Chapter Five: Therapeutic Strategies in Mangen; Chapter Six: Ritual Healing: Religion or Magic?; Chapter Seven: Ephphata in Paris; Chapter Eight: Paradoxes of Africanization; Chapter Nine: Anthropology and Philosophy in Africa; General Conclusion; Bibliography; Index
Summary The anthropological literature on religious innovation and resistance in African Christianity has tended to focus almost exclusively on what have come to be known as African Independent Churches. This book explores the dialectics between 'Pentecostalization' and 'Africanization' within contemporary African Catholicism
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-240) and index
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Subject Hebga, Meinrad P. (Meinrad Pierre)
Ephphata (Organization)
Pentecostalism -- Catholic Church.
Pentecostalism -- Cameroon.
Pentecostalism -- France -- Paris.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2009000333
ISBN 9047442954 (electronic bk.)
9789047442950 (electronic bk.)