191 This is a sincere attempt to address the question of integral heal- ing and wholeness. It is a valuable contribution to the available literature which addresses the human experience of wholeness at various levels: "in a rapport with nature, in bodily health, in the expectation of survival after death, in social and psychic integra- tion, in the sphere of human morality and in the area of the world's s cosmic forces. " Those with pastoral responsibilities, those involved in community development, students of new religious movements, missionaries, and anyone concerned about the healing not of illnesses but of people will find this work illuminating. Edendale Lay Ecumenical Centre, Natal, South Africa S. W. D. DUBE Reviews OKOROCHA, C. Cyril, The Meaning of Religious Conversion in Africa, Avebury, Aldershot, 1987, xv, 352 pp., $ 87.50, 05 06 05030 7 A number of recent contributions to African studies begin with a critical assessment of existing works in the field, and then go on to a treatment which is less radically different from that of predecessors than the prelude would lead one to expect, and this is no exception. Okorocha begins with a rather critical survey of ex- isting work
Journal of Religion in Africa – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1989
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