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Open Access Prophetic Diasporas Moving Religion Across the Lusophone Atlantic

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Prophetic Diasporas Moving Religion Across the Lusophone Atlantic

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In this article we examine the concept of a religious Lusophone Atlantic, highlighting historical and contemporary exchanges in this continuum and situating research within recent scholarship regarding the 'Atlantic,' religious diasporas and contemporary Christianity. We focus in particular on the place of prophetic movements (namely the Kimbanguist and Tokoist churches) within the Portuguese and Angolan religious fields. Dans cet article nous examinons le concept d'un Atlantique lusophone religieux, mettant en évidence des échanges historiques et contemporains dans cet ensemble et plaçant la recherche dans l'érudition récente à propos de 'l'Atlantique,' les diasporas religieuses et le christianisme contemporain. Nous nous concentrons en particulier sur la place des mouvements prophétiques (à savoir le Kimbanguisme et les églises tocoïstes) dans les domaines religieux portugais et angolais.


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