The Scriptures of the Amanazaretha of Ekuphakameni: Selected Writings of the Zulu Prophets Isaiah and Londa Shembe

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Subject Index
Adam xxiv, 15, 32, 88
adultery 11-12, 15-16, 28
Africa 126
African Baptist Church xxvii
African Christian Watchman xxiv
African Christians xxvii
African identity xvi
African Independent Churches (AICs) vii-xv, xix; membership statistics xiii
African National Congress (ANC) xv
African prophets xv
Afrikaners xxiv
Afro-Christian Religion at the Grassroots in Southern Africa xviii
amaNazaretha ix-x, xix-xx, xxiii, xxvi-xxxii, xxxiv-xlviii, 19, 26, 30, 38, 43, 68, 90-94, 100, 107, 112-113, 117, 119
AmaXosa: Life and Customs viii
Anaias and Safira 21
ancestors xii, 40, 43-45, 48, 62-64, 82
Anglican Church 30
Anglo-Zulu War xxvii
apostles xviii, 21
assassination of Londa Shembe xv
Augustine of Hippo ix
backbiting 31, 34
Bantu Prophets of South Africa xxviii
Baptists xiii, xiv, xxvi-xxvii
Battle of Blood River xxix, 14
Becken, Hans-Jürgen xxi, xviii, xxi, xxiv, 29, 77
believers 12, 73-76
Bhoko stick 9
Bible 42, 94, 99
Birth of Christian Zionism in South Africa xiii
birthright 21, 52, 73
Bishops and Prophets in a Black City x
blood xxviii,14, 21, 45-47, 53-54. 57, 77, 109-110, 127
Boer xxvii, xxx-xxxi, 45-46
Book of Life 98
books 20, 26, 43, 50, 62, 64, 77, 82-83, 88, 98, 100, 132
British xxvii, xxx-xxxi, xlviii
bulls 23, 28
Bunyan, John xv
Calvinism xvii
Cetshwayo xli, 46-47, 62
charismatic xxxiv-xxxviii, xlv
chiefs and chiefdoms xxvii, xxix, xxxvii, xlv, xlvii, 28, 30-31, 38, 50, 63, 77-79, 101, 112, 116
children 8, 11-12, 23-24, 29-30, 32, 35, 39-40, 43, 45, 53, 63-66, 68, 75, 82, 86, 97, 99, 102, 107, 118-119, 127
Christ xviii, xxv-xxvi, xxviii, 95, 98; white xlvi
Christian eschatology xlviii
Christian Express viii
Christian Institute of Southern Africa ix-x
Christian missionaries xv
Christian teaching xii

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