The Bible and Violence in Africa. Papers presented at the BiAS meeting 2014 in Windhoek (Namibia), with some additional contributions




Professorship/Faculty: New Testament Studies  
Author(s): Hunter, Jannie; Kügler, Joachim  ; Fuchs, Ottmar; Punt, Jeremy; Mlambo, Obert Bernard; Zimunya, Clive Tendai; Ejeh, Theophilus Ugbedeojo; Scheffler, Eben; Ademiluka, Solomon Olusola; Feder, Stephanie; Mwandayi, Canisius; Hwati, Lucky; Vester, Pieter; Chamburuka, Sheila Wimbai; Chamburuka, Phillemon Munyaradzi; Biri, Kudzai; Machingura, Francis; Vengeyi, Elizabeth ; Manyonganise, Molly; Madzokere, Nyasha; Owono, Jacques Fulbert
By: Hunter, Johannes ; ...
Editors: Kügler, Joachim  ; Hunter, Jannie
Corporate Body: Humboldt Kolleg, Windhoek 2014
BiAS Meeting 2014 in Windhoek (Namibia)
Publisher Information: Bamberg : University of Bamberg Press
Year of publication: 2016
Page Count: 328
Illustrations: Illustrationen
ISBN: 978-3-86309-393-8
978-3-86309-394-5
Series ; Volume: Bible in Africa Studies  ; 20
Source/Other editions: Parallel erschienen als Druckausg. in der University of Bamberg Press, 2016 (19,00 EUR)
Language(s): English
Link to order the print version: http://www.uni-bamberg.de/ubp/
Licence: Creative Commons - CC BY-NC-SA - Attribution - NonCommercial - ShareAlike 3.0 International 
URN: urn:nbn:de:bvb:473-opus4-461656
Abstract: 
BiAS 20 contains papers presented at the BiAS meeting 2014 in Windhoek (Namibia), with some additional contributions. Scholars from Nigeria, Cameroon, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia and Germany are dealing with the urgent question of how the Bible is involved in the widespread use of violence in political, social, religious, and gender conflicts. One leading question is how to deal with the textual representation of violence in the Bible. It is taken up by more general hermeneutical contributions. The other leading question is how biblical texts and/or concepts are used to cause and justify violence. This is taken up by a greater number of articles which deal with concrete societal and political contexts in Zimbabwe and other African countries. The conference in Namibia was supported as a Humboldt-Kolleg on the Bible and Violence in Africa by the German Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
SWD Keywords: Zimbabwe ; Bibel ; Homophobie ; Gewalt ; Rechtfertigung ; Konferenz ; Windhoek 2014 ; Online-Publikation
Keywords: Violence, Africa, Biblical Studies, Zimbabwe, Homophobia
DDC Classification: 220 The Bible  
230 Christianity & Christian theology  
RVK Classification: BK 6650   
Peer Reviewed: Ja
International Distribution: Ja
Document Type: Conferenceobject
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/40156
metadata.ubg.intern.opusdatepublished: 23. June 2016

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