5 edition of Inculturation of the Christian mission to heal in the South African context found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stuart C. Bate.|
|Series||Studies in the history of missions ;, v. 17|
|LC Classifications||BT732.5 .B365 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 363 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||99021901|
On the other hand, Christianity is partly responsible for the decimation of the tribal structure in South Africa. With two separate communities whose values differ so greatly—the indigenous South African tribes and the transplanted white colonists—so deeply ingrained in the cultural landscape of South Africa, it seems unlikely that one. In Christianity, inculturation is the adaptation of the way Church teachings are presented to other, mostly non-Christian, cultures and, in turn, the influence of those cultures on the evolution of these teachings. This is a term that is generally used by Catholics, the World Council of Churches and some Protestants; other Protestants prefer to use the term "contextual theology".
This tightly constructed and vigorously written book - a collaboration of thirty specialists working in seven countries - situates Christianity for the first time in the broad political, social, and economic context of South African history; it also traces a variety of religious movements and their histories both before and during apartheid. Stephen Ward Angell, Bishop Henry McNeal Turner and African-American Religion in the South, Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, , .
Odozor takes up the subject of moral reasoning in an African Christian theological ethics and concludes with case studies that show how the African Church has tried to inculturate moral discourse on a religiously pluralistic continent and relate the healing gospel message to African situations. Founded in , Saint Leo University is a leading Catholic teaching institution that enrolls more t students across our traditional Florida campus, more than 40 education center and office locations, and online degree programs.
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Get this from a library. Inculturation of the Christian mission to heal in the South African context. [Stuart C Bate]. One of the most visible phenomena in African Christianity is the growth of churches and sects offering healing.
It is happening throughout the continent but is most marked in South Africa. This volume examines this phenomenon from different angles to present a comprehensive understanding from medical, psychological, cultural, socio-economic, philosophical, and theological : It suggests a few areas of Ghanaian and African life where inculturation could and should take place.
These include funeral rites, widowhood rites, child-naming rites, the rites of marriage, libation and christology. It concludes by offering some guidelines for use in the process of the inculturation of Christianity in Africa : $ Inculturation is a rare dictionary word that gained popularity after the Second Vatican Council.
It is the incarnation of the Christian message in particular cultural context, in such a way that this experience not only finds expression through. 0Reviews.
Two major strands of theology have developed in Africa - inculturation and liberation - each in response to different needs. Emmanuel Martey's African Theology provides a clear, scholarly examination of these two basic approaches, solidly based on Martey's understanding of contemporary theology and his first-hand knowledge of Africa.
Christianity, the faith of almost three-quarters of the diverse South African population, has long been pushed to the margins of historical writing on South Africa, yet for more than two centuries it has shaped South African society and its diverse subcultures.
This tightly constructed and vigorously written book--a collaboration of thirty specialists working in seven countries--situates Reviews: 2.
African Christian t heology is a scientific study of the incarnation of the Christian faith community; an encounter of the Bible with the African cultural heritage; aAuthor: Sussy Gumo. African theology is Christian theology or black theology from the perspective of the African cultural context.
Although there are very old Christian traditions on the continent, in the last centuries Christianity in Africa has been determined to a large extent by western forms of Christianity, brought by colonization and mission, until the midth century.
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The Role of Small Christian Communities (SCCs) in the Implementation of Reconciliation, Justice and Peace in Africa By Joseph G. Healey, M.M. In the Lineamenta (“Guidelines”) of Second African Synod that was published In the African context “base” is a geographical word referring to Christians living in the same localFile Size: KB.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. It offers examples of how the early church sought to make use of non-Christian categories of thought and elements in its articulation of the Christian message and in worship. It suggests a few areas of Ghanaian and African life where inculturation could and should take place.
These include funeral rites, widowhood rites, child-naming rites, the Author: Joseph Osei-Bonsu. Instead of addressing the subject strictly historically, tabulating past achievements and failures, and then setting out future challenges, I would like to interpret the subject rather as an opportunity to take stock of Christian mission in South Africa at this point in by: 4.
In consonance with this new emphasis on African initiative, historians of mission activity began to probe the ways in which African perceptions and reactions conditioned the pattern of mission expansion, the extent to which evangelization was an accomplishment of African catechists rather than European missionaries, and the kinds of protests Cited by: The Christian mission in Africa, a study based on the work of the International Conference at Le Zoute, Belgium, September 14th to 21st, by Smith, Edwin William, Pages: African Christian Studies.
African Ecclesial Review (AFER) African Research and Documentation. AICMAR Bulletin (an Evangelical Christian Journal of contemporary mission and research in Africa, by the African Institute for Contemporary Mission and Research, Kenya) ASAUK Newsletter (African Studies Association of the UK) Asian Missions Advance.
There still are milieus and mentalities, as there are entire countries and regions, to evangelize, which supposes a long and courageous process of inculturation so that the Gospel may penetrate the soul of living cultures, respond to their highest expectations and make them grow in the dimension of Christian faith, hope and charity.
African Independent Churches, also known as African Indigenous Churches, African Initiated Churches, African Instituted Churches, or just AICs, represent well o independent Christian. In her mission of proclaiming the Gospel to all men and women of all cultures, which also always involves the inculturation of faith, the Church comes into contact with traditional religions, above all in Africa and Asia.(22) Local Churches are invited and encouraged to study the traditional cultures and religious practices of their own region.African Initiatives in Christian Mission Book Series Literature on Christian mission in Africa has been biased toward the activity of Western-oriented mission.
White missionaries, Western mission policies, and the relationship of mission to European imperialism have dominated the discussion of African missions. The Routledge Companion to Christianity in Africa offers a multi-disciplinary analysis of the Christian tradition across the African continent and throughout a long historical span.
The volume offers historical and thematic essays tracing the introduction of Christianity in Africa, as well as its growth, developments, and effects, including the lived experience of African : Elias Kifon Bongmba.