Table of contents for Jesus of Africa : voices of contemporary African christology / Diane B. Stinton.


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Contents
Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
List of Illustrations
List of Tables
PART I
INTRODUCTION TO 
CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN CHRISTOLOGIES
1	Exploring African Christologies Today
	Introduction
	Contemporary African Christologies: Crisis or Confidence?
	Historical and Theological Context
	The Analysis of Contemporary African Christologies
	Conclusion
2	Understanding Origins of African Christologies
	Issues Regarding Sources and Methods
	Issues Regarding Contextual Relevance
	Conclusion: Criteria for Critical Engagement with African Christologies
PART II
MODELS OF
CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN CHRISTOLOGIES
Introduction to Christological Models
	The Prevailing Paradigm: Inculturation and Liberation
	A Current Configuration of African Christologies
3	Jesus as Life-Giver 
	Introduction
	Jesus as Healer
	Jesus as Traditional Healer
	Conclusion: Jesus as Life-giver
4	Jesus as Mediator
	Introduction
	Jesus as Ancestor
	Conclusion: Jesus as Mediator
5	Jesus as Loved One
	Introduction
	Jesus as Family Member
	Jesus as Friend
	Conclusion: Jesus as Loved One
6	Jesus as Leader 
	Introduction
	Jesus as King / Chief
	Jesus as Liberator
	Conclusion: Jesus as Leader
PART III
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF
CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN CHRISTOLOGIES
7	The Relevance of Christologies in Africa Today
	Introduction
	Jesus in Reconstructive Theologies
	Jesus in Africa Today: Christological Praxis
	Jesus in Africa Today: Christological Reflection
	Conclusion
Conclusion
	African Christology in Contemporary World Christianity
Appendix
	Qualitative Research Tools
Bibliography
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Jesus Christ Person and offices, Theology, Doctrinal Africa, Sub-Saharan