African Theology of Mission

Author: Muzorewa, Gwinyai
Year:1990
Pages:224
ISBN:0-88946-073-6
978-0-88946-073-7
Price:179.95
Surveys various missiological approaches to formulate a theology of missions for Africa.

Reviews

". . . there are many valuable aspects of missions theology reflected in this book. All interested in African Christianity will read this first African mission theology with benefit." - Journal of African Religion

". . . draws material from a vast range of books and articles by American and European theologians and some by African writers. It is the first monograph by an African theologian to address the theme of mission -- an event long overdue. . . . a bold and impressive attempt to treat a vast and difficult subject." -- International Review of Mission

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements

Chapter One: A Colony Called Mission

Chapter Two: A Survey of Some Euro-American Views on Theology of Mission since 1900

Chapter Three: The Nature of Christian Theology

Chapter Four: The Syncretistic Dimension of an African Theology of Mission

Chapter Five: The African Definition and Critique of Mission Theology

Chapter Six: A Contextual Theology: A Case for an African Theology of Mission

Chapter Seven: An African Perspective of Mission and Evangelism

Conclusion: The Future of an African Theology of Mission

Bibliography: Books and Articles

Index