Clergy political engagement in Zambia

Full Title
Clergy political engagement in Zambia
Author
Paul Bupe
Abstract
This research demonstrates that the locus of sin in in people's hearts rather than political systems. It is good people who can change politics from "dirty" to cleanliness. The argument favors clergy involvement in politics. Zambia's declaration as a Christian Nation augments the claim. The call for "separation of Church and state" is an ideology that cannot take effect in Zambia because people there are prominently religious. It is practically impossible to separate the two. What the clergy need are clear instructions on how to engage in politics, thus the development of this resource.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Leroy A Solomon
Language
English
Date
2010
Number of Pages
207
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