BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION AND THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE CHURCH OF CENTRAL AFRICA, PRESBYTERIAN
AbstractThis article forms part of a joint research project that reflects on the use of the Bible in the legitimisation of certain social issues. One of the case studies of this project specifically focuses on women participation in the Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian in Malawi (CCAP). The General Synod of the CCAP comprises the Synods of Livingstonia in the North, Nkhoma in the Centre and Blantyre in the South of Malawi respectively. ...
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