Hekima Review No. 64 May 2022

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On the eve of African independence, the Christian theological discourse
in Africa was still elaborated in the logical continuation of
the foundation of Christianity, that of a pre-Christian culture in a
historicist perspective. By 1956, African priests had begun to radically
question the Christian colonial salvation, a fact which some have seen
as the beginning of African theology. After nearly 65 years, one wonders
where we are in the practice of this discipline, which was initially
very promising. Indeed, African theology had the wind in its sails after
the Second Vatican Council. During this assembly, Pope John XXIII
opened the windows of the Church to the world. T

Published: 2022-05-01