Dancing Their Dreams: The Lakeshore Nyanja Women of the Anglican Diocese of Niassa

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Kachere Series, 2005 - Anglican Communion - 180 pages
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Dancing their Dreams is rooted in theological reflection and missionary perspectives on the lives of the Nyanja women in Niassa province, Northern Mozambique, and on the Anglican Diocese of Niassa in central and southern Mozambique and on the Zimbabwean border. As such it offers a much wider critique of the impacts of the devastation of the war - social, economic, moral, psychological and theological, of the position of women in Mozambique and of the women's situation in relation to theology elsewhere in Africa.

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Administrador African Traditional Religion African women American liberation Anglican church Anglican Communion Anglo-Catholic apartheid Appendix Archdeacon assimilado Bishop Blantyre Cape Town catechist Central Africa Chauncy Maples Chewa chiChewa Chinyanja Chiuta Christ Christian Christianity in Africa Christology Cobue colonial Cuamba cultural dance Danchurchaid Dinis Sengulane Diocese Diocese of Niassa domestic violence dreams ecumenical eschatological eucharistic experience faith feminism feminist theologians Frelimo Gaza Province global hermeneutic High Church History of Mozambique However human Human Development Index isolation Jesus John Mbiti Johnson Joseph Booth Kachere Kanyoro Lake Malawi Lake Niassa Lakeshore Nyanja women leadership liberation liberation theology Lichinga Likoma Likoma Island Litumbe lives Lourenco Marques Macua Makua Malawi Malindi Mang'anja Maputo Maravi marriage Mary Sumner Masasi matrilineage matrilineal Mbamba Messumba Metangula Mia Couto missiologists mission missionaries Moltmann Mozambican Mozambique Msumba Nairobi Newitt Ngoni NGOs Nguni Niassa Province numbers Oduyoye oppression Oxfam patriarchy Paul Phiri political polygamy polygyny poor Portugal Portuguese Portuguese East Africa poverty priests primal religion province of Mozambique reality recognized religious Renamo ritual sexism Shangaan social society solidarity South Africa spirituality structures Stuart suffering Swithun Tanzania teaching theology Third World traditional trinitarian triune God UMCA UMCA missionaries understanding UNDP village violence voice Vovo Monica's war bands Whilst witchdoctor women of Niassa Women's Desk World Bank Group Zambezi Zambia Zimbabwe

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