Sacrifice of Africa A Political Theology for Africa
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Description: Emmauel Katongole is a Catholic priest from Uganda, born in 1960, who lived through the reign of Idi Amin and has seen the postcolonial struggles of his home country and its sub-Saharan neighbors Rwanda, the Congo, Zimbabwe, Liberia, and others up close and personal. Looking at this region, ravaged by war, corruption, terror, genocide, and disease, Katongole wonders at length what difference Christianity makes or could make in numerous African nation-states. The Sacrifice of Africa argues that in the face of Africas social, political, and economic turmoil, a new future truly is possible, and displays how such a new future, inspired by Christian faith, looks.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Publication date: 12/16/2010
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction: On Being Saved from King Leopold's Ghost|
|Saving Africa: The Reticence of Christianity|
|Reimagining Social Ethics in Africa: From Skills to Stories|
|Performing Africa: Stories, Politics, and the Social Imagination of Africa|
|Daring to Invent the Future|
|Daring to Invent the Future: The Madness of Thomas Sankara|
|"A Different World Right Here": Jean-Marc ï¿½la and Reimagining the Church in Africa|
|Things Fall Apart: Christianity, Power, Violence, and Marginality|
|The Sacrifice of Africa|
|Fighting Tribalism "in a Small Way": Bishop Paride Taban and the Kuron Peace Village|
|The Sacrifice of Africa: Angelina Atyam and the Politics of Forgiveness|
|Gathering the Fragments of a New Future: Maggy Barankitse and Maison Shalom|