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This front matter section of this book titled Catholic Pentecostalism and the Paradoxes of Africanization contains the table of contents, a list of illustrations and the acknowledgements. The book provides an overall picture of Ephphata as a charismatic movement in postcolonial African Catholicism. The main focus is on the agency of its founder who figures in the book at least in two capacities: first as founder and leader of a religious movement which makes him an ethnographic object of study; secondly as a scholar who happens to have studied social sciences, including anthropology, and whose writings include sound ethnography of the phenomena.

Keywords: Catholic Pentecostalism; Ephphata



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