Theology and Identity: The Impact of Culture Upon Christian Thought in the Second Century and in Modern Africa
This book is all about Jesus.nbsp;The words recorded in it were written about Jesus over 2000 years ago. Yet today his message of peace hope love and forgiveness still resonates with people of all races nationalities educational and economic backgrounds. Some like what he said while others disagree with what he said. But almost everyone finds him intriguing. nbsp;The story of Jesus comes to us from four different authors Matthew Mark Luke and John written over a period of nearly seventy years. The message and uniqueness of Jesus remain the same but each author tells the story from his perspective and for his purpose. Some writers wrote more; others wrote less. nbsp;But what if we could read it as one single story from beginning to end This book does just that by combining the four reports of Jesusrsquo; life into a single chronological story.nbsp;Through this book you will take a new look at Jesus his life his miracles and his teachings and be able to come to your own conclusion about him.nbsp;Produced in cooperation with the International Bible Society.
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Review: Theology and IdentityUser Review - Andrew Ratanya - Goodreads
every theology grows from people owns cultural diversity, since the birth of the early church to date...so African theology as well as to grow from it own African culute. Read full review
The problem of Christian identity in the context
Clement of Alexandria or Christ as the unifying