International migration, he observes, has set in motion a "reverse mission" (91) that has seen African migrants bringing their African-initiated churches to Europe and seeking to reevangelize the continent that brought them the faith but that now has lost it. Because these churches have gone international, H. proposes retaining their acronym "AICs" but changing the meaning from African independent/indigenous/ initiated churches to African international churches.
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