Essays on Black Theology.
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Johannesburg; The "Black Theology Project" of the University Christian Movement, 1972.
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Gutes Ex.; Einband etwas berieben bzw. leichte Gebrauchsspuren. - INHALT: Foreword Editor An African Theology or A Black Theology? -- Dr. Manas Buthelezi Blackness Versus Nihilism -- Dr. Adam Small Black Consciousness and the Quest for a True Humanity -- Mr. Steve Biko Black Theology and Black Liberation -- Prof. James Cone What is Black Consciousness? -- Mr. Nyameko Pityana Corporate Personality in Israel and in Africa -- Rev. Bonganjalo Goba Black Theology - A Personal Opinion -- Mr. Mokgethi Motlhabi An African Expression of Christianity -- Dr. Akin Omoyajowo The Theological Meaning of True Humanity -- Dr. Manas Buthelezi Black People and White Worship -- Dr. Mongameli Mabona 19th Century Missionaries in South Africa -- Rev. Fr. Lawrence B. Zulu Black Theology and Authority -- Mr. Mokgethi Motlhabi Black Theology as Liberation Theology -- Rev. Ananias Mpunzi Black Education and the Quest for True Humanity -- Mr. D.E.H. Nxumalo Theological Grounds for an Ethic of Hope -- Dr. Manas Buthelezi. // THE TERM 'Black Theology' had its birth in North America. What it means in North America as an aspect of political theology in a situation of oppression is brilliantly expounded by Cone in the introductory essay to this collection. African theology has long been with us, but its new struggle for expression in Christian theology in independent Africa is equally brilliantly outlined by Wilmore in the second half of the introductory essay. The situation in South Africa is different from the situation in North America and independent Africa. Yet both ring bells for us in South Africa. South Africa is a part of Africa, where African culture and the traditional religions and values are by no means dead. Thus we feel what Wilmore says in our bones. But we are not independent. Here there is still vicious racism and oppression of black people - i.e. all people whom the ruling whites classify as non-whites. This is a political situation calling for a theological response to this oppression of blacks. Thus we feel also what Cone says in our bones. Black Theology in South Africa, as this collection of essays shows clearly, is a unique combination of the theology of disinheritance and oppression and the theology of culture. It is North America's Black Theology and independent Africa's African Theology in which politics and 'culture' are deeply and inextricably intertwined. But Black Theology is not a new phenomenon in South Africa. It has been with us almost since the Churches from the white west arrived on our soil. We have had our Dwanes, Molcones and Mzimbas. We have known also the Ethiopian Movement and more recently the ever-escalating number of African independent churches. (Vorwort) ISBN 0620005580
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