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Conditional inference is a branch of statistical inference in which observed data is reduced using either sufficient or ancillary statistics. This often simplifies inference about the parameters. In comparison to full ...
Prolegomena to an African theology: An examination of the sources and methodology of Mbiti’s theology.
(Uganda Christian University, 1987)
On May 26th 1985, over the Canadian broadcasting corporation, Dr. John Mbiti stated that the Christians in Africa have a faith but not a theology; and that Western missionaries agreed to contextualize Christianity in music ...
Towards an indigenous understanding and practice of baptism amongst the Baganda, Uganda.
(Uganda Christian University, 1982)
The coming of independence and the feeling of nationalism amongst African peoples in the middle of the 20th century also brought the desire for religious independence. The author in this dissertation presents an indigenous ...
The symbol of the Eucharist in the African context
(Uganda Christian University, 1988)
One of the contemporary problems in the mission Churches in Africa is the indigenization or inculturation of worship and the Eucharist poignantly illustrates this problem. In this dissertation the author treats the problem. ...
The development of Neo-traditional religion: The Baganda experience.
(University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1980)
Kiganda traditional religious experience has no name because the experience is far too pervasive to be narrowed down to a specific system which could be defined separately from the rest of life experiences. In this ...