Almost three-quarters of South Africans call themselves Christian. From colonial times, when missionaries embroiled themselves in South Africa’s frontier conflicts, until quite recently, when the defenders and opponents of apartheid drew heavily on Christian doctrine and ritual, Christian impulses have profoundly shaped South Africa’s political history. This classic study, written by a team of specialists, has established itself as a leading contribution to work in this broad field.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-306-5, 1997, 232x152mm, 512 pages
Rights: southern Africa
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