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“Mass Graves, Child Soldiers” and a Crusading Army of International Evangelists

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CfAN claims to take the Gospel into some of the world’s most remote and dangerous places, and Gulu town does not fail in that regard. As Kolenda wrote in a blog post on Day One of the crusade: “Mass graves, child soldiers, mutilations, rape, murder, and genocide are words that come to mind when one thinks of this place.” There was a corresponding emphasis on delivering “demoniacs” and destroying ancestral curses, with a spectacular burning of witchcraft paraphernalia on the Saturday evening—just as in the missionary-inspired juju bonfires of an earlier colonial era.

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