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Journal for the Study of Religion is published twice a year in March and September by the Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa as a forum for scholarly contributions of up to 6000 words on topics of contemporary significance in the academic study of religion, in the form of articles, responses to articles, review articles and shorter book reviews.

Vol 28, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Johannes A. Smit, Denzil Chetty 1-10
J.T. van der Kemp and Eighteenth century coded subjectivity EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Johannes A. Smit 6-41
Nils Astrup and indigenous African cultures: A study in evolving missionary attitudes EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Frederick Hale 42 - 63
A Case of Hopeless Failure: The Role of Missionaries in the Transformation of Southern Africa’s Indigenous Architecture EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Franco Frescura 64 – 86
Indigenous conceptions of conversion among African Christians in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Sibusiso Masondo 87 - 112
Patterns of consumption and materialism among Zimbabwean Christians: A tale of two indigenous churches EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Josiah Taru, Federico Settler 113 - 137
An encroachment of ecological sacred sites and its threat to the interconnectedness of sacred rituals: A case study of the Tonga people in the Gwembe valley EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Lilian Siwila 138 - 153
The moral rearmament activist: P.Q. Vundla’s community bridge-building during the boycotts on the Witwatersrand in the mid-1950s EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Garth Mason 154 – 180
Timbuktu manuscript expressing the mystical thoughts of Yusuf-Ibn-Said EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maniraj Sukdaven, Asgher Mukhtar, Hamid Fernana 181 - 201
The classroom, an inadequate mechanism for advancing diversity via religion education in the South African context EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Zahraa McDonald 202 - 219
Book Reviews EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Chad M. Bauman 220 – 222
The Travelling Rabbi: My African Tribe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Rabbi Moshe Silberhaft 223 – 225
The concept of religion: Defining and measuring contemporary beliefs and practices EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Hans Schilderman 226 – 229


ISSN: 1011-7601
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