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Tranobiriky: An IndependentMerina Church , 1824,1929 Bonar A Gow -

Tranobiriky: An Independent Merina Church, 1894-1929

Bonar A. Gow
Transafrican Journal of History
Vol. 5, No. 2 (1976), pp. 84-111
Published by: Gideon Were Publications
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Page Count: 28
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The International Journal of African Historical Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2 (1981), pp. 229-253

...that the island's first independent Christian leader appeared, Rainitsiandavaka. A dynamic and devout Christian, Rainitsiandavaka was the first recorded independent Protestant churchman in Imerina. From his early expression of independency through until the attainment of independence by the separatist church known as Antranobiriky ( 1929...
Review by: James B. Wolf
The American Historical Review, Vol. 87, No. 2 (Apr., 1982), p. 516

...the British mission- ary thrust into Africa during the nineteenth centu- ry, the Madagascar experience related by Bonar A. Gow seems almost an idealized model. All the tensions created when missionaries from Europe arrived in a non-Western environment were there: acceptance, rejection, competition, and exclusivity. Gow has selected his title and...

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