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African Theology Today

This book brings together twelve essays on a wide and rich range of topics, discussions and methodologies in African theology today.

240 pages | 6 x 9 | © 2002

African Studies

Religion: Philosophy of Religion, Theology, and Ethics


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Table of Contents

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Introduction
 
Chapter 1. Methodological Approaches in Contemporary African Biblical Scholarship:  The Case of West Africa, by Chris Ukachukwu Manus
 
Chapter 2. Negotiating with "the White Man’s Book": Early Foundations for Liberation Hermeneutics in Southern Africa, by Gerald West
 
Chapter 3. Rereading the Bible: Biblical Hermeneutics and Social Justice, by Musa W. Dube
 
Chapter 4. African Approaches to the Trinity, by Mika Vähäkangas
 
Chapter 5. The Church as a Family Model: Its Strengths and Weaknesses, by Aidan G. Msafiri
 
Chapter 6. The Church’s Role in Defining Genuine Democracy in Africa, by Clement Majawa
 
Chapter 7. Mission and Social Formation: Searching for an Alternative to King Leopold’s Ghost, by Emmanuel M. Katongole
 
Chapter 8. The Rediscovery of the Agency of Africans. An emerging paradigm of post-cold war and post-apartheid Black and African theology
 
Chapter 9. Acting as Women, by Amba Mercy Oduyoye
 
Chapter 10. From Liberation to Reconstruction
 
Chapter 11. African Renaissance and the Challenge of Narrative Theology in Africa, by Emmanuel M. Katongole
 
Chapter 12. The Merging of Globalization with the Notion of an African Renaissance: A Practical Theological and Pastoral Assessment., by. D.J. Louw

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