The religions of Africa historically have understood reality to be governed primarily by spiritual forces and have considered causality principally in that realm. This religious imagination has persisted into much African Pentecostalism, which identifies causes of misfortune as witches, marine spirits, spirit spouses and ancestral curses. The chapter considers Daniel Olukoya’s Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries as an example of this religious imagination.
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