Y 2 4 Jesus: Zion, Where Indigenous Knowledge Meets Christianity Evangelist Daniel Thulare

ISBN: 9781449076009

Published: February 2nd 2010

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92 pages


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Y 2 4 Jesus: Zion, Where Indigenous Knowledge Meets Christianity  by  Evangelist Daniel Thulare

Y 2 4 Jesus: Zion, Where Indigenous Knowledge Meets Christianity by Evangelist Daniel Thulare
February 2nd 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 92 pages | ISBN: 9781449076009 | 5.57 Mb

Passing on is simply the separation of the natural body from the spirit. The natural body returns to dust and the spirit joins the spirit world. Indigenous peoples, including Batswana and their descendants, Bapedi, two ethnic groups in South AfricaMorePassing on is simply the separation of the natural body from the spirit. The natural body returns to dust and the spirit joins the spirit world. Indigenous peoples, including Batswana and their descendants, Bapedi, two ethnic groups in South Africa with which the author has blood links, believe that when the separation occurs the spirit then joins the spirit world.

This is where everybody who passes on goes to. A reading of the Bible reveals in the book of Genesis that the fathers also knew this fact, and it is recorded in their passing on that they joined their kin. The true person being the spirit, which simply resides within the natural body, is not restricted by the grave in its power to communicate once the person leaves the natural body. There is no basis why a spirit still resident within a natural body cannot communicate with a spirit which has joined the spirit world.

The only Biblical condition is that there must be discerment of whether the spirit spoken to is a good spirit or a bad spirit. The book seeks to explain the knowledge systems of the Indigenous people and seeks to demonstrate that the thinking, in general, that Indigenous knowlegde is inferior, unBiblical or UnChristain can no longer be sustained. This is done through scriptural references. An explanation is also given of some practices, traditions and the hierarchical organogram of Indigenous Churches in South Africa through scriptures.

Indigenous Churches are generally excluded and as a result do not generally engage in discusions and as a result they are most often misrepresented by the main body of Christ. The chapters are an exposition of what is Zion, who and what is a leader in Zion terms, the ecclesiastical polity or leadership hierarchy and/or organogram of the church, what is a family unit, creating my future my way, a discussion of the rift within the body of Christ as it relates to Zion and the churchs dress code.



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