African Theology comes of Age: Revisiting Twenty Years of the Theology of the Ecumenical Symposium of Eastern Africa Theologians (ESEAT)Series: Ecumenical Symposium of Eastern Africa Theologians (ESEAT) ; no. 5.Publication details: Nairobi: Paulines Publications, 2010.Description: 176 p. ; 21 cmISBN:
- Ecumenical Symposium of Eastern Africa Theologians (ESEAT)
- BT 30 .A35 2010
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We still dream, O Lord, for Africa -- Introduction -- 1. Africa's contribution to Christology / Diane B. Stinton -- 2. The future of ecclesiology in Africa / Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator -- 3. Moral and ethical issues in African Christianity / Laurent Magesa -- 4. Integrity, transparency and good governance / Therese Tinkasiimire -- 5. "Uncompleted mission?" / Mary N. Getui -- 6. Development and challenges of pastoral care in Africa / Adam K. arap Chepkwony -- 7. Interpretation, message and challenge of the Bible in Africa / Paddy Musana -- 8. A review of theological method and worship / Emily Choge and Daniel M'Mutungi -- 9. Towards reconciliation and healing in Africa / Peter Kanyandago -- 10. The phenomenon of violence in Eastern Africa / Nehemiah Nyaundi -- 11. Democracy and reconciliation: more challenges for African Christianity in the 21st century / Peter Mageto -- 12. More questions than responses? / Cletus N. Chukwu -- 13. Facing the challenge of evil / Paul Christian Kiti -- 14. Globalisation: a theo-religious response / Hazel Ayanga.
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