Being (the Church) Beyond the South-North-divide: Identities, Othernesses and Embodied Hermeneutics in Partnership Discourses South Africa - Germany

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LIT Verlag Münster, 2003 - Religion - 273 pages
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This book testifies to the fact that the embodiment of ideas of partnership can occur in many ways. Contributors from South Africa and Germany engage in a search for identities in othernesses and for common ground beyond the divide. Seventeen contributions address a variety of partnership-related issues, ranging from ecumenical hermeneutical foundations to practical applications.

Andrea Frchtling is teacher in Celle, Germany. Ndanganeni Phaswana is a bishop in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa-Central Diocese.

 

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