By Gwinyai H. Muzorewa,Ralph C. Watkins
"Gwinyai H. Muzorewa's African Origins of Monotheism is a seminal paintings in theology, historical past, and cultural experiences. now not because the paintings of John Mbiti has an African pupil taken at the problems with African theology with such insightful and important interpretation. this can be bound to be one of many vital books of our times."
--Molefi Kete Asante, Temple college, Philadelphia, PA
"This ebook is a well timed contribution to the continuing debate of broadening theological assumptions approximately God and the area we inhabit."
--Jimmy G. Dube, United Theological university, Harare, Zimbabwe
"Muzorewa displays with unparalleled readability, stability, and perception at the assorted names and ideas of God. Worshiping a monotheistic God is whatever an African doesn't need to think carefully (about) simply because that has been their lifestyle on the grounds that time immemorial. This e-book is a well timed, balanced, crucial studying for these drawn to the richness of African theology."
--Beauty R. Maenzanise, Africa college, Mutare, Zimbabwe
Dr. Gwinyai H. Muzorewa is a professor of theology at Lincoln collage, Pennsylvania, the 1st degree-granting traditionally black collage within the usa. He has authored, between different books, The Origins and improvement of African Theology and An African Theology of Mission, and is editor of understand Thyself: Ideologies of Black Liberation.
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