From Text to Practice - The role of the Bible in daily living of African people today




Professorship/Faculty: Lehrstuhl für Neutestamentliche Wissenschaften 
Author(s): Gunda, Masiiwa Ragies
Editors: Kügler, Joachim
Pages / Size: 200 S.
Language(s): English
Publisher Information: Bamberg : University of Bamberg Press
Year of publication: 2011
ISBN: 978-3-86309-004-3
Series ; Volume: Bible in Africa Studies  ; 4
Abstract: 
That the Bible is a manual for daily living is attested in almost all Christian denominations, how this role is transformed into practice is clearly an area that remains a contested terrain among Christians. This volume is our modest contribution to looking at the relationship between the Bible and our practices. The central question that the articles in this volume respond to is: how is the Bible related to our daily life? This question is especially important on the African continent where religion appears to be gaining influence. Without taking anything away from western biblical scholars, African biblical scholars must also engage with the question: how do we put into practice the teachings of the Bible? This volume contains papers presented at the International Bible Symposium 2009 in Bamberg (Germany) and additional contributions.
SWD Keywords: Bibel ; Afrikaforschung ; Exegese ; Online-Publikation
Keywords: Kontextuelle Exegese, Bibel in Afrika, Exegese, Afrikanische Kirche, Bibel, Simbabwe, Praktische Theologie, Nigeria, Südafrika, Biblical Studies , Zimbabwe , South Africa , Nigeria , African Initiated Churches, Kontextuelle Exegese, Bibel in Afrika, Exegese, Afrikanische Kirche, Bibel, Simbabwe, Praktische Theologie, Nigeria, Südafrika, Biblical Studies, Zimbabwe, South Africa, African Initiated Churches
DDC Classification: 230 Christentum, Christliche Theologie
RVK Classification: BK 6650
URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:473-opus-3108
Document Type: Book
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/267
Release date: 20. April 2012

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