By Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo,Wesley S. Ariarajah
“The extraordinary progress of Christianity as a non-Western faith has made theological reviews at the interface among religion and tradition much more primary. during this examine Charles Aye-Addo has served the African church and theological academy good through construction excellently at the theological christological traditions of stalwarts like Kwame Bediako. This publication is a welcome and well timed contribution to the $64000 literature on Christology from African perspectives.”
—J. Kwabena Asamoah-Gyadu, Professor of African Christianity, Trinity Theological Seminary
“Is the target of Christology to render Jesus Christ prevalent and ‘at domestic’ inside of a cultural context? Or is the duty of theology to repeatedly renew the strangeness of Jesus to each cultural context, opposed to ever-present trends towards domestication and proprietary regulate? those are tough and dicy inquiries to ask in postcolonial Africa. during this demanding new publication, Charles Aye-Addo has the braveness either to invite them and to fight towards clean answers.”
—Chris Boesel, affiliate Professor of Christian Theology, Drew University
Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo (PhD, Drew college) is the Founder and government Chancellor of Yeshua Institute of expertise, Ghana. he's Adjunct college within the division of Philosophy and faith at Montclair country collage, and the Senior Pastor of overseas critical Gospel Church, Worcester, Massachusetts. He and his spouse, Gertrude, have 3 children—Akusika, Nyansafo, and Nhyira—all of whom are pursuing levels of their respective fields of study.
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Akan Christology: An Analysis of the Christologies of John Samuel Pobee and Kwame Bediako in Conversation with the Theology of Karl Barth (African Christian Studies Series Book 5) by Charles Sarpong Aye-Addo,Wesley S. Ariarajah