Christianity in South Africa: A Political, Social & Cultural History
Richard Elphick, T. R. H. Davenport
University of California Press, 1997 - Apartheid - 480 pages
Almost three-quarters of South Africans in the late-1990s call themselves Christians. From colonial times, when missionaries embroiled themselves in frontier conflicts, until recently, when both defenders and opponents of apartheid draw heavily upon Christian doctrine and ritual, Christian impulses have shaped South Africa. North America: University of California Press; South Africa: David Philip/New Africa Books
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