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UNIQUELY AFRICAN?<br>African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives<p>Edited by James L. Cox and Gerrie ter Haar
 

UNIQUELY AFRICAN?
African Christian Identity from Cultural and Historical Perspectives

Edited by James L. Cox and Gerrie ter Haar

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This volume is concerned with the problematic nature of African Christian identity. By adopting various cultural, historical, national, and educational perspectives, its contributors explore issues surrounding the nature of being “Christian” and at the same time fully “African.” They analyze constructs either created in the West, such as the concept of culture, or those imposed from the West, particularly education systems and national boundaries, reflecting on the problem of African identity, or perhaps better, “identities,” in a world dominated by Western ideological and religious systems.

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