Interpreting the New Testament in Africa / Mary Getui, Tinyiko Maluleke, Justin Ukpong, editors.

Contributor(s): Getui, Mary N | Maluleke, Samuel Tinyiko | Ukpong, Justin S
Material type: TextTextSeries: African Christianity series ; Biblical studies in African scholarshipPublisher: Nairobi, Kenya : Acton Publishers, 2001Description: v, 311 p. : ill. ; 21 cmISBN: 9966888020Subject(s): Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- AfricaLOC classification: BS2361.3 | .I583 2001
Contents:
Pt. I. Introductory remarks. 1. A necessary and important step / Peter Borgen -- 2. Remarks of the SNTS president / Hans Dieter Betz -- 3. Foundations for an African approach to biblical hermeneutics / J.N.K. Mugambi -- Pt. II. Concerns. 4. Emerging concerns for biblical scholarship in Ghana / Emmanuel A. Obeng -- 5. Invitation to African women's hermeneutical concerns / Teresa Okure -- 6. Africa in the New Testament / Benjamin A. Ntreh -- Pt. III. Scholarly and popular readings. 7. Maping African biblical interpretation / Gerald O. West -- 8. Effective scholarly readings of the Bible in Africa / Eric Anum -- 9. Interpreting the Bible in African sermons / Hilary B.P. Mijoga -- 10. "What I have written, I have written" / Musa Wenkosi Dube -- Pt. IV. Contextual readings. 11. The Bible and African theologies / Tinyiko S. Maluleke -- 12. African readings of the New Testament / Rakotoharintsifa Andrianjatovo -- 13. Bible reading with a community of ordinary readers / Justin S. Ukpong -- 14. Paul's speech at the areopagus: an African reading / Chris U. Manus -- Pt. V. Secular challenges. 15. A biblical response to Africa's external debt crisis / Wilson M. Mande -- 16. Twenty-first century on surviving postmodernism / Emmanuel Katongole -- Pt. VI. Postscripts. 17. Why participate in African biblical interpretation? / Vernon Robbins -- 18. African hermeneutics and theology: report on a unique conference / Bernard Lategan -- 19. Follow-up visit / J.N.K. Mugambi.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 300-310).

Pt. I. Introductory remarks. 1. A necessary and important step / Peter Borgen -- 2. Remarks of the SNTS president / Hans Dieter Betz -- 3. Foundations for an African approach to biblical hermeneutics / J.N.K. Mugambi -- Pt. II. Concerns. 4. Emerging concerns for biblical scholarship in Ghana / Emmanuel A. Obeng -- 5. Invitation to African women's hermeneutical concerns / Teresa Okure -- 6. Africa in the New Testament / Benjamin A. Ntreh -- Pt. III. Scholarly and popular readings. 7. Maping African biblical interpretation / Gerald O. West -- 8. Effective scholarly readings of the Bible in Africa / Eric Anum -- 9. Interpreting the Bible in African sermons / Hilary B.P. Mijoga -- 10. "What I have written, I have written" / Musa Wenkosi Dube -- Pt. IV. Contextual readings. 11. The Bible and African theologies / Tinyiko S. Maluleke -- 12. African readings of the New Testament / Rakotoharintsifa Andrianjatovo -- 13. Bible reading with a community of ordinary readers / Justin S. Ukpong -- 14. Paul's speech at the areopagus: an African reading / Chris U. Manus -- Pt. V. Secular challenges. 15. A biblical response to Africa's external debt crisis / Wilson M. Mande -- 16. Twenty-first century on surviving postmodernism / Emmanuel Katongole -- Pt. VI. Postscripts. 17. Why participate in African biblical interpretation? / Vernon Robbins -- 18. African hermeneutics and theology: report on a unique conference / Bernard Lategan -- 19. Follow-up visit / J.N.K. Mugambi.

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