By Elizabeth McAlister
By Elizabeth McAlister
By Kevin Ward,Emma Wild-Wood
By Gwinyai H. Muzorewa,Ralph C. Watkins
"Gwinyai H. Muzorewa's African Origins of Monotheism is a seminal paintings in theology, heritage, and cultural reviews. now not because the paintings of John Mbiti has an African pupil taken at the problems with African theology with such insightful and important interpretation. this can be guaranteed to be one of many very important books of our times."
--Molefi Kete Asante, Temple college, Philadelphia, PA
"This booklet is a well timed contribution to the continued debate of broadening theological assumptions approximately God and the area we inhabit."
--Jimmy G. Dube, United Theological collage, Harare, Zimbabwe
"Muzorewa displays with unparalleled readability, stability, and perception at the assorted names and ideas of God. Worshiping a monotheistic God is anything an African doesn't need to think carefully (about) simply because that has been their lifestyle in view that time immemorial. This e-book is a well timed, balanced, crucial analyzing for these attracted to the richness of African theology."
--Beauty R. Maenzanise, Africa college, Mutare, Zimbabwe
Dr. Gwinyai H. Muzorewa is a professor of theology at Lincoln college, Pennsylvania, the 1st degree-granting traditionally black college within the usa. He has authored, between different books, The Origins and improvement of African Theology and An African Theology of Mission, and is editor of understand Thyself: Ideologies of Black Liberation.
By Chang-Won Park,Douglas J. Davies
By Dianne Marshall
By S. Thistlethwaite
By Chris Tyson
By Charles J. Caes
This is a narrative for Christmas.
In his Gospel, Matthew in brief mentions “wise males from the east” who a celeb to Bethlehem. They have been Magi. As when it comes to all biblical passages, a bit research into this one opens brand-new home windows of perception into the previous. students are usually encouraged to climb via those home windows to ensure truths and discover new mysteries. They learn, research, and speculate on not just the importance of scriptural phrases and syntax but additionally at the tales that lie hidden among the lines.
Part 1 of this booklet attracts on a few of their principles and on old writings to offer a tribal heritage of the Magi. It covers the seven-hundred years from the time the “wise males” arrived at the Iranian plateau till they noticed an odd gentle within the sky.
Part 2 attracts from canonical and different assets to inform of occasions surrounding and together with the delivery of Jesus of Nazareth, the Magi’s arrival in Bethlehem to discover the Holy kinfolk, and the distinctive braveness of the Magi. a last bankruptcy summarizes the lifetime of Jesus and attracts from non-canonical texts and different resources to invest on what can have develop into of Mary, Joseph, and the Magi.
By David S. New