Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 28 avhandlingar innehållade ordet Missionsvetenskap.
Sammanfattning : Daniel Ndoundou (1911 – 1986) was born in the southern part of French Equatorial Africa, close to the border of the Belgian Congo. At an early age he joined the Swe-dish protestant mission. As a young man he began to work as an evangelist and in 1946 he was ordained pastor. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : In 19th century Sweden women preached in the popular revival movements as they did in the other Nordic countries, in Great Britain and the United States. One of the most famous preachers in Sweden was Nelly Hall (1848–1916). LÄS MER
3. Crafting Lutheran Pastors in Tanzania : Perceptions of Theological Education and Formation in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania
Sammanfattning : The quest for theological education is embedded in the history of the churches in sub-Saharan Africa and is, at the same time, inherently linked to how the churches continue to evolve and shift in character over time. It relates to the self-understanding of the churches and their role in society, including their academic and pastoral obligations to adequately educate and train leaders to work in the localities. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Sweden boasts a rich history of cooperating with civil organisations in advancing international development cooperation with high rates of support from its citizens. Religious institutions are an active component of this government-civil society cooperation. LÄS MER
5. Wåra swarta bröder : Representationer av religioner och människor i Evangeliska fosterlandsstiftelsens Missions-Tidning, 1877–1890
Sammanfattning : The thesis addresses how non-Western religions, as well as people, are represented in a periodical of the Swedish Evangelical Mission (SEM) – Missions-Tidning (MT) – during the period 1877-1890. The focus is on India and east Africa where SEM had its major mission fields.The thesis has been written with inspiration from discourse analysis. LÄS MER