Recent reports on Pentecostalism in the global South give the impression of an inexorable trajectory of massive growth, but Faith in Flux examines the religion's ambivalent reception in northern Mozambique, locating vital insight in the overlooked places where this religion has failed to take root.
2018 | 232 pages | Cloth $49.95
Anthropology | Religion
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Table of Contents
PART I. Othama—To Move
Chapter 1. A Fugitive People
Chapter 2. Between the River and the Road
PART II. Ohiya ni Ovolowa—To Leave and to Enter
Chapter 3. Border Crossings
Chapter 4. Two Feet In, Two Feet Out
PART III. Okhalano—To Be With
Chapter 5. A Religion of Her Own?
Chapter 6. Moved by the Spirit