The confession in Mark 14:62 seems to be the most ,comprehensive Christological
compendium of a very early Christian community. This passage reveals Jesus'
identity as the Christ, Son of God and Son of man. It has a performative meaning
that operates not only for Jesus' earthly life and death, but also for his
resurrection and parousia: "You will see" (Mark 14:62b). Some theologians
portray Jesus Christ as Ancestor or African King. The purpose of this study is to
show how far the African concepts of "ancestor" and "king" can be relevant and
legitimate in the light of the Christology of Mark 14:62.
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