The numerous 'faces of Christ' in Africa, as well as those resulting from
historical study in the West, call for a rereading of the event of Jesus.
From the inquiry into the origin of the numerous faces, and the biblical
evidence for the 'process and purpose of naming God' which are textually
introduced by Exodus 3 and again taken up by the 'ego eimi' sayings
of Jesus, it is suggested that the event of rereading is to be seen as an
integral-incarnatory socio-historic dynamic. This dynamic is theologically
understood and construed in an ethical-poetical Christology which
will function within comtemporary contexts as an invitation of Christ into
the experiences of the faith communities.
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