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Genders, Sexualities, and Spiritualities in African Pentecostalism

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction: African Pentecostalism, Genders, Sexualities and Spirituality
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    Chapter 2 Problematizing the Use of the Bible in the Human Sexuality and Pentecostal Spirituality Debate
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    Chapter 3 Moving Forward in Reverse Gear? Sexuality, Dress and Public Spaces in Harare
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    Chapter 4 Publicizing the “Private”: New Pentecostal Movements in Zimbabwe and the Discourses on Sexuality
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    Chapter 5 “A New Man in Christ?”: Pentecostalism and the Construction of Masculinities
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    Chapter 6 Interaction Between Societal Constructions on Women Fertility and African Pentecostalism: A Seedbed for Gender-Based Violence in Swaziland
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    Chapter 7 Zambian Pentecostalism, Gender-Based Violence and Human Rights of Victims
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    Chapter 8 “Clean the Nation Spiritually”: The Ministry of National Guidance and Religious Affairs (MNGRA) and the National Sexual Moral Order in Zambia
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    Chapter 9 Afro-Pentecostalism and Marital Challenges: A Kenyan Perspective
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    Chapter 10 The Ideal Does Not Exist on Earth: Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage in African Pentecostalism
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    Chapter 11 Initiation Rites and Sex Education: A Ghanaian Pentecostal Perspective
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    Chapter 12 An Appraisal of Pentecostal Children’s Understanding of Sex and Sexuality
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    Chapter 13 “Need but Not Numbers”: Challenges Enshrined in Pentecostal Discourses of Singlehood in Zimbabwe—An African Womanist Perspective
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    Chapter 14 Sexuality, Marriage and Singleness Among Pentecostal Indian Women in South Africa
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    Chapter 15 ‘Virtual People’ and Matches Made in Heaven: The Pitch of Born-Again Dating Platforms and Pentecostal Attitude Towards Online Dating
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    Chapter 16 Continuity and Discontinuity of Haya Traditions on Charismatic Teaching on Human Sexuality in Tanzania
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    Chapter 17 “Can a Queer Be Born Again?”: The Experiences of the LGBTIQ+ Pentecostals at Grace Bible Church, Soweto
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    Chapter 18 Is Homosexuality the Eternal Sin? A Critique of Pentecostal Arguments Against Same-Sex Relations in Africa
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    Chapter 19 ‘Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin’: Homosexuality and Masculinity Politics Among Pentecostal-Charismatics—A Case of the Mighty Men’s Conference (MMC)
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    Chapter 20 Congolese Pentecostalism, Gender and Sexual Orientation
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    Chapter 21 Performances of Sexualities: Exploring Discourses of Heteronormativity and Prejudice in Pentecostal Spaces
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    Chapter 22 Infidelity Among Afro-Pentecostal Leadership: The Kenyan Case
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Genders, Sexualities, and Spiritualities in African Pentecostalism
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Springer International Publishing, July 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-42396-4
978-3-03-042395-7, 978-3-03-042396-4

Kaunda, Chammah J.

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