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This book, Celebrating Our Diversity: Sermons in African Context, is a collection of speeches and sermons by the author from 2001 to 2012.
It graphically exposes the African realities and challenges - as it seeks to offer solutions for African Christianity.
It addresses critical themes such as human and animal interdependence, the cosmos, redefined role of an African man in post colonial Africa, the appropriate use of God given talents, corruption, economy, African diversity, how to successfully complete God's given assignments despite the challenges thereof among others.
Written in a simplified manner for ordinary readers, to whom it was primarily addressed, it is recommendable to all Africanist scholars and homiletic students all over the world.
Likewise, students of African history and African theology will find it enriching as it is explicit on issues touching the African society versus Others.
It builds on the current trend where leadership in post colonial Africa is encouraged to publish their ideas, speeches, memos and sermons in order to comprehensively reach a wider audience and thereby promote the continent holistically.
Julius Gathogo is an Africanist scholar who writes on African ecclessiology, philosophy, history, and theology from a multidisciplinary perspective.
He is a prolific author of over 70 publications, as book chapters, individual books, refereed journals.
Additionally, he is a renowned contributor in contextual debates in post colonial Africa
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