By Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo,Wesley S. Ariarajah
“The extra special development of Christianity as a non-Western faith has made theological reviews at the interface among religion and tradition much more important. during this learn Charles Aye-Addo has served the African church and theological academy good via development excellently at the theological christological traditions of stalwarts like Kwame Bediako. This ebook is a welcome and well timed contribution to the $64000 literature on Christology from African perspectives.”
—J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Professor of African Christianity, Trinity Theological Seminary
“Is the objective of Christology to render Jesus Christ universal and ‘at domestic’ inside a cultural context? Or is the duty of theology to continually renew the strangeness of Jesus to each cultural context, opposed to ever-present developments towards domestication and proprietary regulate? those are tough and dicy inquiries to ask in postcolonial Africa. during this tough new e-book, Charles Aye-Addo has the braveness either to invite them and to fight towards clean answers.”
—Chris Boesel, affiliate Professor of Christian Theology, Drew University
Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo (PhD, Drew college) is the Founder and govt Chancellor of Yeshua Institute of know-how, Ghana. he's Adjunct college within the division of Philosophy and faith at Montclair country college, and the Senior Pastor of overseas important Gospel Church, Worcester, Massachusetts. He and his spouse, Gertrude, have 3 children—Akusika, Nyansafo, and Nhyira—all of whom are pursuing levels of their respective fields of study.
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Akan Christology: An Analysis of the Christologies of John Samuel Pobee and Kwame Bediako in Conversation with the Theology of Karl Barth (African Christian Studies Series Book 5) by Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo,Wesley S. Ariarajah