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The March is still on?

Critical Reflections on the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Pastoral Letter

by Edmore Dube

"This book which fills in a variety of huge gaps in theology literature, graphically presents a tour de force that opens up an entirely fresh terrain of scholarly research, amiable alternative approach to problem-solving and generative dialogue toward peace-building, majoritarian democracy, politics of diversity, and heritage-based development."

 Munyaradzi Mawere, Prof. Extraordinarius of Interdisciplinary Research & Professor of African Research, GZU.

 Is the March still on?

 The volume tackles church-state relations in Zimbabwe, from historical, religious and philosophical points of view. It is particularly seized with the tantrums of the Second Republic in the face of the Zimbabwe Catholic Bishops' Conference pastoral letter, The March is not ended. The letter criticizes the ruling party's definition of independence, maintaining that the situation is deteriorating and that independence is still futuristic. The various authors tackle the tussle from within their specializations, noting how the church-state tug of war sucked in both continental and international church and political institutions. The volume is a must read interdisciplinary assessment of the Zimbabwean state-church relations.


ISBN 9789996080241 | 330 pages | 210 x 148 | 2023 | Luviri Press, Malawi | Paperback


eBook ISBN: 9789996080258



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