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Several religious and theological approaches to culture in African studies have assessed the
idea of inculturation as a helpless incorporation of cultural values from one culture into
another. We showed in this article ...
The article presented a panegyric reading of the Sermon on the Plain (Lk 6:20–49) in the
Malawian context. It observed that, unlike its Matthean counterpart (Mt 5–7), the Sermon
holds an insignificant place in African ...
This article addresses the challenge to the church in the struggle against poverty amidst
the COVID-19 pandemic. It starts by giving an overview of the enormity of poverty in a
post-apartheid South Africa. It also indicates ...
The question of what subjects Paul addresses in his letters has been a matter of debate in New
Testament scholarship. This debate shows the evolution of Pauline studies, whereby early scholars
argued that Paul addressed ...
The situation and challenges of young people with depression in the urban African context of
Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa, are investigated from a pastoral care perspective.
Depression is one of the more prevalent ...