Christianity in Africa: the renewal of a non-Western religion

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Edinburgh University Press, 1995 - Christianity - 276 pages
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The Legacy
The Afrikania Challenge

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Accra African Christianity African culture African independent churches African languages African primal African primal religions African Religion African theology African Traditional Religion Afrikania Afrocentrically Akan Akropong Akuapem Ali Mazrui Allan Boesak American Liberation Ancestor veneration Ancestor worship ancestors Andrew F Ashanti Baeta Bantu Basel Mission become Bediako Bible Biblical Blyden Busia Carl Christian Reindorf centre centre of gravity century challenge Christaller Christian faith Christian history Christian identity Christian religion Christian theology Christianity in Africa Christology church Church of Scotland communion of saints context culture of Ghana Damuah Danquah Dar-es-Salaam divine E. E. Evans-Pritchard ecumenical Edinburgh Edward Blyden Edward Wilmot Blyden European Evangelism experience Fante Language Geoffrey Parrinder Ghana Ghanaian Gold Coast Gordon Donaldson Gospel Grand Rapids Gweru Harold Turner heritage human Ibid Idowu impact important indigenisation indigenous Islam J. B. Danquah Jesus Christ John Mbiti Kenya Kofi Awoonor Kwame Kwame Nkrumah Lamin Sanneh language Latin America Lausanne Covenant Leonardo Boff Lesslie Newbigin libation liberation Liberation theology living London Lutterworth M. M. Thomas Meyer Fortes Missio Dei missiology mission missionary modern monogamy monotheism Mulago Nairobi Nana Addo nations Negro Nigeria Noel Smith non-Western Olodumare Osofo Paul Jenkins plural marriage political polygamy Press primal imagination primal religions primal world-view question reality recognise Reindorf Religion in Africa religious religious pluralism Roland Allen Samuel Ajayi Crowther Sanneh Scots Confession Scriptures Sierra Leone significance social society spiritual theologians Third World tion Tshi Twi language Two-Thirds World University University of Ghana vernacular West West Africa Western missionary Western world words World Theologies Yoruba religion

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