Interpreting The New Testament In Africa

Interpreting The New Testament In Africa

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Book Overview

PART I: INTRODUCTORY REMARKS
1. A Necessary and Important Step - Peder Borgen
2. Remarks of the Snts President - Hans Dieter Betz
3. Foundations For An African Approach To Biblical Hermeneutics - J.N.K. Mugambi
PART II: CONCERNS
4. Emerging Concerns for Biblical Scholarship in Ghana - Emmanuel A. Obeng
5. Invitation to African Women's Hermeneutical Concerns - Teresa Okure
6. Africa in the New Testament - Benjamin A. Ntreh
PART III: SCHOLARLY AND POPULAR READINGS
7. Mapping African Biblical Interpretation - Gerald O. West
8. Effective Scholarly Readings of the Bible in Africa - Eric Anum
9. Interpreting the Bible In African Sermons - Hilary B.P. Mijoga
10. "What I have written, I have written" - Musa Wenkosi Dube
PART IV: CONTEXTUAL READINGS
11. The Bible and African Theologies - Tinyiko S. Maluleke
12. African Readings of the New Testament - Rakotoharintsifa Andrianjatovo
13. Bible Reading with a Community of Ordinary Readers - Justin S. Ukpong
14. Paul's Speech at the Areopagus: An African Reading - Chris U. Manus
PART V: SECULAR CHALLENGES
15. A Biblical Response to Africa's External Debt Crisis - Wilson M. Mande
16. Twenty-First Century on Surviving Postmodernism - Emmanuel Katongole
PART VI: POSTSCRIPTS
18. African Hermeneutics and Theology: Report on a Unique Conference - Bernard Lategan
19. Follow-Up Visit - J.N.K. Mugambi
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Additional Information

Editors Mary N. Getui, T.S. Maluleke and Justin Ukpong
Publisher Acton Publishers
Category Out of Print
Type Out of Print
Pages 0
Language English
ISBN 9966-888-02-0
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