CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY IN DIALOGUE WITH NORTHERN BASOTHO WORLD VIEW

JM Ramashapa

Abstract


We South Africans come from a past where Christianity as a religion was virtually protected by the constitution of the country.  Now that our interim constitution acknowledges the multi-religious nature of our country Christianity has to, without ‘cop-out’, be engaged meaningfully in dialogue with other religions.  This paper is, therefore, an attempt to create a climate for such a dialogue between Christian theology and Northern Basotho world view.


Keywords


Christian theology; Northern Basotho; Christianity; socio-cultural anthropology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/60-0-1485

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