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Towards an African Theology

The Igbo Context in Nigeria

by Peter Chidi Okuma (Author)
Monographs 135 Pages

Summary

Towards an African Theology. The Igbo Context in Nigeria is a study about the challenge facing contemporary African theology today. It aims at transposing the theoretical doctrines of faith into practical guidelines. The author outlines the history, culture and life setting of the Igbo in Nigeria and develops a theological hermeneutics that would give an answer to African Christians’ present faith and situation. He discusses Igbo theology in praxis and as a discipline and considers what contribution Igbo theology could make to the church, humanity and world order.

Details

Pages
135
ISBN (PDF)
9783035260588
Language
English
Publication date
2012 (July)
Published
Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt/M., New York, Oxford, Wien, 2002. 135 pp.

Biographical notes

Peter Chidi Okuma (Author)

The Author: Peter Chidi Okuma is a priest of the diocese of Orlu, Nigeria. He holds a diploma in freelance and feature writing in Journalism from The London School of Journalism, UK, and degrees in Philosophy and Theology from Bigard Memorial Seminary Enugu, Nigeria, an affiliate of Urban University Rome. He equally holds two Masters degrees in Religious studies and Theology from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.

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