ECUMENISM IN AFRICA AND THE FUTURE OF THE CONTINENT

Dionne Crafford

Abstract


This article interprets recent events in Africa from the point of view of ecumenism. Ecumenism is understood as closer co-operation between churches, but also between Christianity and social issues. Particular attention is given to the relationship of ‘Africa ‘with the Dutch reformed Church of South Africa. A mutual rapprochement is detected and supported.

Keywords


Ecumenism in Africa; Ecumenism;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/39-0-1726

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