THE RHENISH MISSION AND THE COLONIAL WAR IN GERMAN SOUTHWEST AFRICA

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Title

THE RHENISH MISSION AND THE COLONIAL WAR IN GERMAN SOUTHWEST AFRICA

Description

"Mission operations often found themselves in an ambiguous situation during a war of colonial conquest. On the one hand, the missionaries wanted to protect the people among whom they were working and keep the door open for the preaching of the gospel. On the other hand, they were expected to conform to the demands of the colonial authorities, and as nationals of the metropolitan power they might even welcome colonial rule from a purely selfish, nationalistic standpoint. An excellent example of this dilemma was that faced by the Rhenish or Rhine Mission in its field in Southwest Africa"

Creator

Richard V. Pierard

Source

http://divinity-adhoc.library.yale.edu/Resources/NAMP-CWC/PositionPapers101-155/139%20PIERARD.PDF

Publisher

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE FACULTY OF DIVINITY CENTRE FOR ADVANCED RELIGIOUS AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES Currents in World Christianity

Date

2000

Rights

© Richard V. Pierard, 2000

Format

PDF

Language

English

Files

http://namibia.leadr.msu.edu/files/original/3e46766d5da7e0a0279ac87f3f4351b0.PDF

Citation

Richard V. Pierard, “THE RHENISH MISSION AND THE COLONIAL WAR IN GERMAN SOUTHWEST AFRICA,” Namibia Digital Repository, accessed September 23, 2021, https://namibiadigitalrepository.com/items/show/475.

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