ISBN 9789996027055
Pages 174
Dimensions 229 x 152 mm
Published 2013
Publisher Mzuni Press, Malawi
Format Paperback

Identity by Dissociation

A History of the Achewa Providence Industrial Mission

by Hany Longwe

Though Achewa Providence Industrial Mission (APIM) is a church that is confined to the Chewa people, one of John Chilembweís students, Peter Kalemba, a Chewa, was instrumental in the founding of PIM, and later, the organization of APIM in Mangoni. Both churches trace their heritage back to Chilembwe, a Baptist. APIM was instrumental in the beginning of churches in Lilongwe that form the backbone of BACOMA. Since APIM has not spread out to include people of other ethnic groups, Christianization by means of the people group movement is by no means the perfect answer to the evangelization of a tribe.

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About the Author

Hany Longwe

Hany Longwe served as the Principle of the Baptist Theological Seminary of Malawi for thirteen years and later taught at the University of Livingstonia. He is currently a visiting lecturer at Mzuzu University.

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