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African Ancestral Heritage in Christian Interpretations is packaged to be one of the best books on African Traditional Religion (ATR) and culture, if only because it discusses what African ancestors/ancestresses represent in critical terms, compared in some instances with Christian values.
What are the heritages bequeathed by the African ancestors and ancestresses? They include religious, philosophical, ethico-moral, medical/scientific, artistic, etc heritages, leading to a review of African Christian Theology in its inculturation and liberation dimensions.
The advocates and opponents of the theology are juxtaposed.
Is there a religion without idolatry and fetishism? What is the implication of religious rivalry for Africa’s sanity and unity? Who are the beneficiaries of the denigration of African ancestors/ancestresses: is it the Christo-Islamic clerics or common Africans who constitute the “members”, “flock”, “congregation”, ummah?
Pius Oyeniran Abioje earned B.Th.
Urban University, Rome, 1981-1984; M.Th.
and PhD, Catholic Institute of West Africa, Port Harcourt/University of Calabar, Nigeria, 1992-1994 and 1996-1999, respectively.
He is currently a Professor of Christian Studies in University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
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