Dreams: Where do Biblical, Zambian, and Western Approaches Meet?

Dreams: Where do Biblical, Zambian, and Western Approaches Meet?

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ISBN-13: 9781482398953
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/11/2013
Pages: 110
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

Gotthard Rosner holds an MA in Divinity (Ottawa University), an MA in Theology (St. Paul's University, Ottawa) and a Licentiate of the Biblical Institute in Rome. As a missionary he worked in Uganda, Zambia, France and Italy. He has been teaching in Gulu (Uganda), Lusaka and Kasama (Zambia) and in the Catholic Institute in Toulouse. From 1992 to 1998 he held the position of Superior General of the Missionaries of Africa. Since then he has been working for on-going formation programmes for Diocesan priests in Zambia. Presently he is the director of the Faith and Encounter Centre Zambia (FENZA). In Zambia he has published several Biblical works together with the Zambian Episcopal Conference. He has been a regular contributor to various Christian magazines.

Bernhard Udelhoven holds an STB in theology (Leuven) and an MA in social anthropology (SOAS, University of London). In Zambia, he has been working since 1989 in the Luapula, Eastern and Lusaka provinces. Some of his publications on Zambian Christianity, on the Luangwa Valley, on witchcraft and Satanism, culture change, and on healing are available on the FENZA website (fenza.org/documents). A forthcoming publication ("Coping with unseen worlds: demons, witchcraft, and Satanism") proposes concrete steps and useful procedures and rites when helping families affected by spiritual forces in a holistic way.

Patrick Mumbi holds a PhD in cultural studies from Makerere University (Uganda), an MA in social anthropology from SOAS (University of London), and a MA in counselling from University of East-Anglia. He has written about incest and child sexual abuse (Uganda), about Bemba psychotherapy in the cross-cultural setting (Zambia), and on Christian inculturation of twin ceremonies (Uganda). At present he is working on a research project with traditional healers in Lusaka. A forthcoming book "Inheritance the end of moaning and mowing" is dealing with cultural values and family responsibilities that are part of the Bemba funeral rites.

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