Contextualizing Eschatology in African Cultural and Religious Beliefs addresses the
African Consciousness And Nuances Of Eschatological Beliefs As Part And consciousness and nuances of eschatological beliefs as part and of the olistic African Indigenous worldviews within the context of the people's traditional eritageThe concept of eschatology is usually
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the same subject matter of practices among different African ethnic groups Itsame subject matter of practices among different African ethnic groups *It discusses the influences of other religious traditions particularly Christianity and Islam on contemporary African eschatological thoughts * discusses the influences of other religious traditions particularly Christianity and Islam on contemporary African eschatological thoughts their attendant conseuencesThis book will be of interest to students and scholars of African studies eschatology religious studies and the philosophy of religion.