THE TASK OF AFRICAN THEOLOGY – PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTIONS

John O. Akao

Abstract


Though we recognize that theology as a human activity possesses the limitations and
particularities of those engaged in it, yet we would like to believe that theology can only
become meaningful only if and when it speaks relevantly to a particular community in
their historical or spatial and temporal conditions.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/81-0-737

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