The church economics in Uganda - Spirituality Compromised
von Mugabiirwe, Bernard
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From the earliest time of the Christian church, economic resources were always a necessity in the growth and development though in varying degrees at different times. In the times of the apostles, a strong church economy was never one of the priorities. As the church expanded into the vast gentile world, organized church structures became necessary. This gave birth to the necessity of a strong church economy. Through ages, the members of the clergy and the church as an institution have increasingly become wealthy. Does this economic growth help the church in its spiritual growth? The church in Uganda has been made the case study. This work will give you all the facts you would ever need to Know about the church in Uganda from the time of its early beginnings to the present day across all denominations. This book is particularly helpful to all church leaders around the globe because it directly reflects on their institution and service. It is my intention that this work should contribute to the wider scope of knowledge, to the understanding of the spirituality of the church and to the general growth of the missional church. May you be blessed as you read this book!
Bernard B. Mugabiirwe (M.Th, B.A.A.(Hons)MUK, Dip.Ed. ITEK). A teacher and a theologian. Studied Religious Studies, Swahili from Makerere University, and Theology from the School of Mission and Theology (Missiology, Church history) in Stavanger, Norway. A part-time lecturer in Religious studies at Bishop Stuart University in Mbarara, Uganda.
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