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“Mutual Exchange of Energies” Mission in Cross-Cultural Perspective An African Point of View
In the new context of mission, all have bread to give and to receive. Mission becomes a “mutual exchange of energies” (AG:19) among churches and groups. The growth of missionary consciousness in theExpand
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Sarah and Hagar: Genesis 16 and 21
For many people, Scripture is sacrosanct, and examining the character of the god of its 'story world' is taboo. Biblical characters tend to be viewed as models and not mirrors of the human situation.Expand
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Book Review: African Americans and the Bible: Sacred Texts and Social Textures
magisterial tone. Here we are asked to reconsider many issues already set out earlier. Throughout this presentation the scholarship and documentation are a tour de force. I do wonder whether, as aExpand
The Pontifical Biblical Commission, the Old Testament, and Christ as the Key to All Sacred Scripture
Abstract:The Pontifical Biblical Commission issued The Inspiration and Truth of Sacred Scripture: The Word That Comes from God and Speaks of God for the Salvation of the World. For the relation ofExpand
The Eucharist in African Perspective
In this article, Nigerian James Chukwuma Okoye explores the idea of an inculturated African Eucharist. After a discussion of the possibility of a truly African Eucharist according to CatholicExpand
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Genesis 1-11
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