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The World in Between: Christian Healing and the Struggle for Spiritual Survival

Milingo, E.

 This volume consists of extracts from the writings of Emmanuel Milingo, who for 14 years served as Archbishop of Lusaka in Zambia, where he engaged in controversial pastoral methods concerned with the practice of spiritual healing. In these writings he tells how he discovered his healing gift. Also described is the world of spirits experienced by Africans. Milingo writes in favor of African spirituality, but he holds that spiritual healing and the matter of evil spirits occur everywhere, not just in Africa. A biographical sketch of Milingo's life and teachings is given in the Introduction by Mona Macmillan. There are four chapters: "Discovering the Gift of Healing," "The Evil Spirits and How to Fight Them," "African Spirituality," and "Living in Christ." An Epilogue provides biographical details of Milingo's life since being recalled to Rome.
Publisher Information:138p. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1984. Bibl note
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