Mapala, Cogitator Wilton. “A Historical Study of the Border Dispute between the Synods of Livingstonia and Nkhoma of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian.” PhD diss., University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2016.
AbstractPossibly the most outstanding Malawian church leader of the 1960s and 1970s was the Very Reverend Jonathan Sangaya, General Secretary of the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Synod of Blantyre. To him fell the task of guiding his church into the post-missionary era and his dynamic leadership was a major factor in the success with which that transition was completed. This vivid biography offers many insights into the history of the church and society during his lifetime. It is a welcome addition to the literature covering the transition “from mission to church" in African Christianity, and will enable many readers to become acquainted with a great Malawian of a former generation.
Pauw, Christoff Martin. “Mission and Church in Malawi: The History of the Nkhoma Synod of the Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian 1889-1962.” DTh diss., Stellenbosch University, 1980.
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