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This front matter section of the book Christian Remnant African Folk Church: Seventh-Day Adventism in Tanzania, 1903-1980 contains a table of contents, a list of illustrations and maps, foreword, acknowledgements, and lists of general abbreviations and periodical abbreviations. The book portrays and interprets the history of the Tanzanian Seventh-day Adventist Church and transformation of minority denominations to dominant religions in Tanzania during the twentieth century. The emphasis in the book is laid on such aspects as missiology, missionary methods, local peculiarities, and institutional development. The book deals with four major themes in the development of Tanzanian Adventism and emergence of new Christian remnants until 1980.

Keywords: African folk church; Christian remnant; institutional development; missionary methods; Tanzanian Seventh-day Adventist Church



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