Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
xiii, 350 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
African studies series.
Formatted Contents Note
"People came to mass each day to pray, then they went out to kill" : Christian churches, civil society, and genocide "Render unto Caesar and Musinga ..." : Christianity and the colonial state The churches and the politics of ethnicity "Working hand in hand" : Christian churches and the postcolonial state (1962-1990) "Giants with feet of clay" : Christian churches and the postcolonial state (1962-1990) "" : Christian churches and democratization (1990-1992) "It is the end of the world" : Christian churches and genocide (1993-1994) Kirinda : local churches and the construction of hegemony Biguhu : local churches, empowerment of the poor, and challenges to hegemony "Commanded by the devil" : Christian involvement in the genocide in Kirinda and Biguhu Churches and accounting for genocide.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.