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Buy ‘Christianity and the Veneration of Ancestors’ by Afrika Mhlophe



PRICE: R200 plus shipping.
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  1. Gradus says:

    Have been interested to get hold of the book since Afrika mentioned the loss of the first version at 2013 KMMC due to the theft of his laptop. Obviously the enemy has failed to stop to message from God to our brother Afrika’s heart and to our nation!!

  2. […] Publishers, is Mhlophe’s first book. Mhlophe is a regular writer for Gateway News which is also assisting with the sale of the book, which costs R220 (including shipping). The book includes a forward by Floyd McClung, a veteran […]

  3. […] you’d like to find out more about African Traditional Religion (ATR) please purchase a copy of ‘Christianity and the Veneration of Ancestors’ by my friend Pastor Afrika […]

  4. Robbie Kruger says:

    Yes, this is really a good book for all pastors and church leaders who are most likely going to come in connection with people who have these problems. I am the PCD (Pastors Continuous Development) of the AFM in the Eastern Cape Region and I would really like each of the pastors in our region to have a copy of this book for themselves. However, I find that the book is really too expensive for our pastors in the poor rural areas of our region. This is sad because they are really the ones who needs this book. Well done Africa in writing a book like this. You must have guts to do this. God Bless!

  5. Zee says:

    Yes, I heard Mr Mhlophe speak today, he was really great and explained using biblical scriptures which I thought was great. I truly recommend South African to get the book (what ever race) this is an issue that is prevalent is our society…

  6. Stanley Armes says:

    Is there a way to obtain a table of contents without having to buy the book? This would help potential readers to know what they are buying.

  7. Paresh Haldar says:

    Dear Praying friends, please read and pray for this,

    Since May 2014, India has been governed by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. As a result, radical Hinduism, which was already present under the previous government, has increased steadily. While the level of intolerance continues to increase, Christians are regularly attacked by radical Hindus. The level of impunity has gone up markedly, with communities of converts to Christianity from Hinduism bearing the brunt of the persecution. They are constantly under pressure to return to their old beliefs, and are often physically assaulted, sometimes killed. Protestant Christian communities are the second main target because of their involvement in outreach activities and conversions, and they also face regular attacks by radical Hindus.
    To support persecuted Christians in India, Ordain Welfare Trust & Shalom Church we the ground providing training, discipleship, education, vital relief aid and more


    1. Pray for God’s provision for those evangelizing in states with anti-conversion laws.
    2. Pray for Christian girls placed under house arrest by their families because of their faith.
    3. Pray for Indian believers who experience both violent persecution and intense cultural pressure to return to Hinduism.
    4. Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment
    5. Ministry of Women & Child Development

    Bro Paresh and Team


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