Becoming Christian: Personhood and Moral Cosmology in Acholi South Sudan

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
O Byrne, R. J.;
(2017)
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This thesis examines contemporary entanglements between two cosmo-ontological systems within one African community. The first system is the indigenous cosmology of the Acholi community of Pajok, South Sudan; the other is the world religion of evangelical Protestantism. ... View more
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