5 edition of Culture at crossroads found in the catalog.
Published 2009 by Administrator in International Institute for Rural Reconstruction, Africa Regional Center
Includes bibliographical references (p. 100).
|Statement||International Institute for Rural Reconstruction, Africa Regional Center|
|Publishers||International Institute for Rural Reconstruction, Africa Regional Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
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The Yowa Cross Kongo Cosmogram "Is a fork in the road or even a forked branch can allude to this crucially important symbol of passage and communication between Culture at crossroads. Before I committed my life to Jesus Christ, my identity within my culture was dictated by the status of my family: who my father was, how I did in school, what my grades were, how much money I had access to.
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What more is there to say? This ritual of crossroads burial dates back to times and continued until being abolished in 1823.
He sent his Son for the whole world, not just for those of a particular race or sexual proclivity.
She retains a firm conviction and compassion.