Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

11 p.

Publication Date

5-2009

Publisher

Hekima University College

Source Publication

Hekima Review

Source ISSN

2410-0234

Abstract

This essay presents and critiques the methods and claims of the principal theological schools and camps of African theology. While situating them in their historical context, it examines their respective claims as the best representative or expression of theological activity in Africa. The historico-critical appraisal of these African theological schools generates some useful lessons on the nature and method of theological reflection in Africa, particularly the necessity of taking experience and context seriously.

Comments

Published version. Hekima Review, No. 40 (May 2009): 34-44. Permalink. © Hekima University College 2009.

Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator was affiliated with Hekima College at the time of publication.

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