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Inculturation and Postcolonial Discourse in African Theology

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Edward P. Antonio

Contents: Edward P. Antonio: Introduction: Inculturation and Postcolonial Discourse – Edward P. Antonio: The Hermeneutics of Inculturation – Tinyiko Sam Maluleke: The Africanization of Theological Education: Does Theological Education Equip You to Help Your Sister? – Mika Vähäkangas: Inculturation and Theological Method in the Work of Charles Nyamiti – Ezra Chitando: The (Mis?) Appropriation of African Traditional Religions in African Christian Theology – Njenga Kariuki: Inculturating Biblical Metaphors among the Agikuyu of Kenya – Isabel Mukonyora: Gender and Marginality as Categories of Social Protest in African Christian Experience – Maaraidzo Mutambara: African Women Theologies Critique Inculturation – Musa W. Dube Shomanah: Divining Texts for International Relations: Matthew 15:21-28 – Gosbert T.M. Byamungu: Postcolonial Discourse and the Use of the Hebrew Bible in African Theology: The Case of Joshua 9 – Elias K. Bongmba: African Theology and the Question of Rationality – Polycarp Ikuenobe: Modernity and African Moral Thought – Kwasi Wiredu: Toward Decolonizing African Philosophy.