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Christian Faith and Cultural Justice is a systematic study of Pentecostalism and culture in Zimbabwe.
This timely and well-researched book is a welcome addition to the literature on Christian attitudes on cultural practices.
It offers three things rarely found in a single volume; solid foundation of the Apostolic Faith Mission, the erosion of cultural practices and a call for a moratorium as a solution for cultural transgressions in the country.
The book is written a Christian perspective touching on theological issues such as Christology, African theology, evangelism, spiritual gifts, culture, indigenization, inculturation, adaptation, contextualization and moratorium.
It adds a new dimension to the understanding of the need for recognizing African culture as a cause for moratorium.
It is a prescription and vision of hope for cultural justice of our time.
Robert Matikiti is a Congregational theologian from Zimbabwe and a lecturer at Christ College of Zimbabwe.
He is a member of the United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe.
He studied at the University of Zimbabwe where he obtained a doctorate in Systematic Theology.
He taught at various universities in Zimbabwe.
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