The African World In Dialogue

Author: Teresa N. Washington
Publisher: Oya's Tornado
ISBN: 0991073088
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Activists and scholars of African studies, African American studies, Pan-Africanism, criminal justice, Black revolutionary thought and action, gender studies, sociology, and political science will find this book to be both inspirational and ...

A Dialogue Of The Deaf

Author: Adekeye Adebajo
Publisher: Jacana Media
ISBN: 9781770092631
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As part of the ongoing effort to create a United Nations that is representative of its members, this collection of essays attempts to present the African perspective clearly and persuasively.

African Religion In The Dialogue Debate

Author: Laurenti Magesa
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 364390018X
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How can Christian and African spiritualities interact with and enrich each other on the basis of mutual respect? This is the fundamental question of dialogue discussed in the pages of this book.

Myth Literature And The African World

Author: Wole Soyinka
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521398343
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The Nigerian author discusses African literature and the writer's role in African society as the modern equivalent of the tribal historian One of the foremost living African writers here analyses the interconnecting worlds of myth, ritual ...

A Spirit Of Dialogue

Author: Christopher N. Okonkwo
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 1572336153
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Okonkwo demonstrates persuasively how the mythic spirit child informs the content and form of these novels, offering Butler, Due, Wideman, and Morrison a non-occidental "code" by which to engage collectively with the various issues integral ...

Diaspora And Imagined Nationality

Author: Kole Ade-Odutola
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781594609268
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This book shows that despite the ongoing Diasporization of Africans as a result of the world's most recent encounters with globalization, epistemic communities are in formation.

Growth In Agreement Iii

Author: Jeffrey Gros
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 0802862292
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Introduction Dialogue between two Christian families This document is the record
of a significant breakthrough in ecumenical dialogue. It is a report of a series of
three meetings between the Reformed churches, represented by the World
Alliance of Reformed Churches, Geneva, and the African Independent or
Instituted churches (AICs), represented by the Organization of African Instituted
Churches, Nairobi. To our knowledge, it is the first time the African Independent
churches have ...

The Church As Family And Ethnocentrism In Sub Saharan Africa

Author: Gerald K. Tanye
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 3643107978
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Interreligious Dialogue 8.1. Introduction Africa is groaning for liberation from fear,
insecurity and ethnocentrism. Africa is yearning for socio-political and socio-
economic liberation. Integral liberation from these shackles of life is indeed, also
... urgency to build bridges between dialogue and liberation saying: ... there is the
clear and strong sense that an effective, enduring really transformative dialogue
with the suffering of this world will have to include a dialogue with the world
religions.

The World Market And Interreligious Dialogue

Author: Catherine Cornille
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1610975006
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African Indigenous Spirituality, Ecology, and the Human Right to Integral
Development Laurenti Magesa Two opinions dominate discussion on the health
of the world in our time. There is, on the one hand, the position that through
current human industrial, agricultural, and economic action, the life ofthe Earth,
and consequently that of humanity, is endangered. This conviction suggests that
limitless economic growth is ultimately incompatible with a sustainable world.