Religion and Social Marginalization in Zimbabwe





Faculty/Professorship: New Testament Studies  
Author(s): Togarasei, Lovemore; Chimuka, Tarisayi Andrea; Chikafu, Philemon T.; Musasiwa, Roy; Machingura, Francis; Madzokere, Nyasha; Biri, Kudzai; Zimunya, Clive Tendai; Gwara, Joyline; Konyana, Shoorai; Makamure, Clemence; Chitando, Ezra; Chimeri, Dudzai; Sipeyiye, Macloud; Muyambo, Tenson; Humbe, Bernard P.; Konyana, Elias G.; Maposa, Richard S.; Ndlovu, Lovemore; Mwandayi, Canisius; Chimininge, Vengesayi
Editors: Togarasei, Lovemore; Bishau, David; Chitando, Ezra
Other Contributing Persons: Kügler, Joachim  
Publisher Information: Bamberg : University of Bamberg Press
Year of publication: 2020
Page Count: 262
Illustrations: Illustrationen
ISBN: 978-3-86309-745-5
978-3-86309-746-2
Series ; Volume: Bible in Africa Studies  ; 26
Source/Other editions: Parallel erschienen als Druckausgabe in der University of Bamberg Press, 2020 (20,00 EUR)
Language(s): English
Link to order the print version: http://www.uni-bamberg.de/ubp/
DOI: 10.20378/irb-47836
Licence: Creative Commons - CC BY - Attribution 4.0 International 
URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:473-irb-478365
Abstract: 
Marginalization means being disregarded, ostracized, harassed, disliked, persecuted, or generally looked down upon. Marginalized people often include women and children, the poor, the disabled, sexual, religious, or ethnic minorities, refugees. The marginalized are those who are socially, politically, culturally, or economically excluded from main-stream society. In history, the Church in Zimbabwe has played a role in improving the lives of the marginalized, but what is religion, especially Christianity, doing for the marginalized now? Although religion is also implicated in marginalisation, the contributions in this volume did not address this angle as they focused on the role that religion can and should play to fight marginalization. The chapters come from two conferences (2012, 2014) that were held under the flag of ATISCA. The contributions have been updated to include later developments and publications.
SWD Keywords: Simbabwe ; Christentum ; Soziale Situation ; Marginalität ; Aufsatzsammlung
Keywords: World Christianity, gender studies, diversity, disability studies, sexual minorities, religious studies, Africa, marginalisation, poverty, refugees, Zimbabwe
DDC Classification: 200 Religion  
RVK Classification: BL 5985   MS 6750   
Document Type: Book
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/47836
Release Date: 15. July 2020

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