Missiology, the study of missions, has not always had a firm place amongst the major theological disciplines. But since the Church in Africa is largely built on missions, an understanding thereof depends on an appreciation of how the history of European and American missionary activities came to define the African Church. This book considers the missionary movements from a Malawian perspective. It considers the major periods of Christian expansion, the interaction of Islam and Christianity, and, more recently, the role of the missionaries in the struggle against HIV/AIDS.
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