Religion in a Changing World: Comparative Studies in Sociology

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historical attempts by church leaders to promote such expressions of pluralism. In addition many denominations have started exerting an increasing pressure on segregated congregations to integrate.


NOTES
1.
Nonracialism, a term used in South Africa, is the belief that different racial groups should be integrated in the same institutions (rather than in separate ones), but that within such integrated institutions race should not play a role in people's relations with one another.
2.
"Methodists" refers specifically to the Methodist Church of Southern Africa.
3.
Information from this section comes from an interview with the Reverend Alexander Venter in Johannesburg on July 15, 1994.
4.
At a report-back session of my research in 1993, some parishioners disagreed with my analysis, suggesting that it did not take into account the recent training of a large number of coloreds as catechists.
5.
See Wilson and Davis ( 1966), DesPortes ( 1973), Davis and White ( 1980), Yon ( 1982), Leonard ( 1983), and Kwan ( 1990) for studies that illustrate this paradigm. For opposing views see Porter ( 1992) and Foster and Brelsford ( 1993).

REFERENCES

Brain Joy B. 1991. The Catholic Church in the Transvaal. Johannesburg: Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.

Cawood Lesley 1964. The Churches and Race Relations in South Africa. Johannesburg: South African Institute of Race Relations.

Central Church News [Newsletter of the Central Methodist Church]. July 1985.

Ching David A. 1989. Report on Evangelism Cluster for 1989. Unpublished report. Johannesburg: Central Methodist Mission archives.

Davis James H., and Woodie W. White. 1980. Racial Transition in the Church. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press.

DesPortes Elisa L. 1973. Congregations in Change: A Project Test Pattern Book in Parish Development. New York: Seabury.

Foster Charles R., and Brelsford Theodore. 1993. We Are the Church Together: Cultural Diversity in Congregational Life. Unpublished report for the Consultation for Pastors in Culturally Diverse Congregations. Atlanta, GA: Emory University.

Kwan Henry W. K. 1990. An Alternative Model of Leadership Development in a Multi- Ethnic Church in New York City. D.Min. project, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, IL.

Leonard Charles R. 1983. A Study of Some Multi-Ethnic Congregations in Light of Church- Growth and the Homogeneous Unit Principle. D.Min. dissertation, Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wynnewood, PA.

Mehan H., L. Hubbard, and I. Villaneuva. 1994. "Forming Academic Identities: Accommodation Without Assimilation among Involuntary Minorities." Anthropology and Education Quarterly 25( 2):91-117.

Porter Mary E. 1992. "When the Stranger is Us: Identity and Vitality in the Racially Diverse Church." M.Div. research paper, Candler School of Theology, Atlanta, GA.

Robertson R. J. D. 1994. "Engaging the Powers: Some Presbyterian Non-Violence." Non- Violence News First Quarter: 1-10.

Storey Peter S. 1992. "Thank You CMM, Thank You God." What a Family:4-6.

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