Herbert Moyo

Herbert Moyo
University of KwaZulu-Natal | ukzn · School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
My current research interests are Moral injury, pastoral care, African religious practices of the Nguni people of Southern Africa. I also do research on the role of religion in the socio-economic and political developments in Southern Africa

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In industrial and social setting in Africa, machines and technological devices are gradually replacing human beings. Sex robots are replacing the need for other human beings for intimacy. People no longer need other human beings to indulge in sexual pleasure. Using Isintu ethics, I interrogate the ethical challenges that emanate from the substituti...
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This essay examines African understandings of life, sickness, death, and life after death by concentrating on the Ndebele people of Matabo in Zimbabwe who are part of the Nguni people of Southern Africa and who have a strong Zulu cultural basis. For the Ndebele of Matabo, dying is a physical, medical, and spiritual phenomenon. Healing through medic...
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Luther?s mission in the treatise on temporal authority (TA) was to give advice to his Christian princes on good governance. This treatise can be used as a guide on church and state relations. This article is motivated by the 2014 theme of the Luther Decade: ?The Reformation and Politics,? which offers opportunities for the study of the impact of th...
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This article is in the field of Practical theology with specific reference to pastoral care. The article is motivated by the growing number of conversions of members of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ex-combatants/war veterans), through miracle and spiritual healing Ministries under the leadership of Prophets. This artic...
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Liturgy in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zimbabwe (ELCZ)1 is central to worship. Both clergy and laity have to be trained for participating in the liturgy, which is understood by laity and some members of the clergy to be limited to the activities of the church during a worship session, mainly on Sundays, in designated worship spaces. The ELCZ...
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Zimbabwe is a gendered society despite legislation that seeks to bring equality and equity between the genders. The social oppression of women is well documented by theologians such as Chitando, Chirongoma, Phiri, Nadar, Haddad, Kanyoro, Masenya, and Dube in a variety of academic forums. This knowledge, however, does not translate into lived realit...