Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Format of Original

12 p.

Publication Date

1-1995

Publisher

Hekima University College

Source Publication

Hekima Review

Source ISSN

2410-0234

Abstract

Several attempts have been made by African theologians to formulate Christological models for African Christianity. In the preceding issue we published a brief survey of these Christological models, pointing out as one of their deficiencies the lack of a pastoral dimension. This article attempts to remedy this deficiency by constructing a Christological ritual based on Guest Christology and the African understanding of guest. We would be interested in hearing from our readers on the applicability and suitability of this liturgical adaptation.

Comments

Published version. Hekima Review, No. 12 (January 1995): 28-39. Permalink. © Hekima University College 1995.

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

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