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The land issue in Zimbabwe: missiological implications for marginalised and other stakeholders

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dc.contributor.advisor Botha, Nico Adam Mashoko, Francis 2009-08-25T10:48:23Z 2009-08-25T10:48:23Z 2002-09-30 2002-09
dc.description.abstract The study looks at the land issue from the perspective of Missiology. It shows in what sense the land issue is an issue for mission. The pastoral cycle of Henriot and Holland is used to analyse the land issue in Zimbabwe. The analysis takes seriously the situation of the marginalized in Zimbabwe in relation to other stakeholders in the land issue. The study also looks at the ecological implications of the land issue. A comparison is drawn between South Africa and Zimbabwe as far as the land issue is concerned. A major aspect of the study is the theological question on God and land. The study concludes with a proposal on the kind of action that needs to be taken in resolving the land question. en
dc.format.extent 1 online resource (79 leaves) en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Missiology en
dc.subject Land en
dc.subject The poor en
dc.subject War veterans en
dc.subject War of liberation en
dc.subject Post-independent Zimbabwe en
dc.subject Government en
dc.subject The Church en
dc.subject The marginalized en
dc.subject.ddc 261.85096891
dc.subject.lcsh Land reform -- Zimbabwe en
dc.subject.lcsh Land tenure -- Religious aspects -- Christianity en
dc.subject.lcsh Christian sociology -- Zimbabwe en
dc.subject.lcsh Zimbabwe -- Social conditions -- 1980- en
dc.title The land issue in Zimbabwe: missiological implications for marginalised and other stakeholders en
dc.type Dissertation en
dc.description.department Christian Spirituality, Church History and Missiology en M.Th.(Missiology) en

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