Galu Wamkota: Missiological Reflections from South-Central Africa

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African Books Collective, 2007 - 508 páginas
"An old dog (galu wamkota) does not dig for nothing," so the proverb says. The two authors, one from America (with 45 years in Zambia); the other from Zambia, explore the encounter of the Christian faith with African Traditional Religion, treating concept(s) of God, the world of the spirits, of powers and witchcraft, and then how the Bible can be translated into the language of Zambia and Malawi taking into account both changes in concepts of translation and in society
 

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Contenido

Who is God in Central Africa?
71
The unseen world of spirits
108
Ufiti Foundation of an indigenous philosophy of misfortune
174
A Central African perspective on the potentates principalities
216
Do you understand what you are reading? The example of Isaiah
254
The case for a casestudy approach to theological
270
Contextualised readings and translations of the New Testament
307
Who do people say I am? Contextualizing Christology in
325
how firm
375
Towards an oratorical Bible translation in a Bantu language
393
Appendices
417
A NyanjaEnglish radiodramafeaturing ATR by Julius Chongo
442
Sample seminary student essays on ATR
458
Bibliography
494
Index
501
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