This book describes African Theology/ies and the Bible as a "contemporary mosaic." The book is shaped in the form of a "mosaic" with three patterns. One pattern deals with the Bible and Culture. The second deals with Hermeneutics (interpretations of various biblical texts) as they relate to African cultural contexts and the third part deals with general issues of Gender Missiology and practical Christianity. Some of the themes treated in the book are reading and hearing scripture as a "hermeneutic of grafting," marriage in the Bible, HIV/AIDS care and intervention, Gender challenges and many more. This book is very easy to read and throws light on some aspects of African cultural and theological practices that may even have universal application. Seminaries, Theological/Divinity Schools will find this book very educative and resourceful. People who want to know more about the worldviews expressed in African Theology/ies will appreciate this Book.
Binding Type: Paperback
Author: [Durable] Dorothy Bea Akoto-Abutiate
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.44d
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