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Pastoral Counseling for Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Pastoral Counseling for Orphans and Vulnerable Children

by Elia Shabani Mligo and Tuntufye Anangisye Mwenisongole

The existence of orphans is as inevitable to most African cities and the world as it is death. These orphans are caused by the death of one or both parents due to various reasons, including the scourge of HIV and AIDS. Being orphans, most of them are vulnerable to difficult lives because they have nobody to fend for them and take care of their lives. They la… Read more…

He Descended into Hell

He Descended into Hell

by Elia Shabani Mligo and Elikana Asheri Lova

The Apostles' Creed is one of the most prominent creeds in Christianity, perhaps even the most recited creed by normal believers in church services. However, the creed holds a clause that seems controversial to Christian mission in some contexts, especially African contexts. The clause, "He descended into Hell," is the main concern of this book. In Afric… Read more…

Symbolic Interactionism in the Gospel according to John

Symbolic Interactionism in the Gospel according to John

by Elia Shabani Mligo

Symbolic interactionism is a social-scientific perspective that seeks to describe how human beings create meaning with one another in their daily lives. Since the world is populated by symbols that characterize all interactions among living beings, this book explores the importance of symbols and symbolic interaction while moving beyond the social sciences t… Read more…

Elements of African Traditional Religion

Elements of African Traditional Religion

by Elia Shabani Mligo

African Traditional religion (ATR) is one of the world religions with a great people and a great past. It is embraced by Africans within and outside the continent despite the various ethnic religious practices and beliefs. This book highlights and discusses the common elements which introduce African Traditional Religion as one unified religion and not a col… Read more…