publication . Thesis . 2010

The urban explosion of black majority churches : their origin, growth, distinctives and contribution to British Christianity / by Babatunde Aderemi Adedibu

Adedibu, Babatunde Aderemi;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2010
  • Country: South Africa
British church history in the last sixty years is best described as a “coat of many colours”. This image is appropriate because of the growth and proliferation of Black Majority Churches in urban areas of the British Isles. The advent of these churches has contributed to the prevailing pluralistic theological landscape. This thesis aims to evaluate the current status of Black Majority Churches with respect to their origin, growth, distinctives and contributions to British Christianity. Historiographical research methods are utilised in this study, including a review of historical publications on Britain’s Black Majority Churches and evaluation of their liturgica...
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free text keywords: Black Majority Churches, African, Caribbean, Culture, Ecclesiology, Britain, Migration, Missiology, Contextualization, Pentecostalism
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