Africanness, Inculturation, Ethics: In Search of the Subject of an Inculturated Christian Ethic (Friedensauer Schriftenreihe) ebook
by Simon Kofi Appiah
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This study addresses the question of an African Christian ethic. It stresses that the descriptive, comparative and ethnological methods frequently used must be replaced with a radical hermeneutic, which engages Africans at profound intellectual and al levels so as to make sense of their past and present cultural, historical, religious and anthropological experiences.
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Appiah, S. K. (2000). Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Ethics: Discovering right and wrong USA: Wadsworth. The following among others are identified as the major factors responsible for the upsurge of teenage pregnancy among the Akan: the breakdown of the extended family system and social cohesion; the influx of foreign cultural and religious practices coupled with the wrong mentality that indigenous African cultural practices are uncivil.
Even though morality is the subject matter of ethics, it is most often used interchangeably with ‘ethics’. In spite of the philosophical inquiries or analyses undertaken by individual moral philosophers regarding morality (. the morality of a society or people)-analyses which often result in diverse positions or less, the basic features, the core elements of the morality of a society, those moral principles and values that actually guide and influence the lives of a people, remain pretty.
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AbstractThere are attempts from different theological circles to keep the debate on inculturation ethics alive . Africanness Paperback.
Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2000. Asamoah-Gyadu, J. Kwabena. Princeton Seminary Bulletin 20, no. 1 (January 1, 1999): 1-12. Mbiti, John S. Man in African Religion.
Continuity and Discontinuity in Traditional African Narrative Ethics.
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Pub In. p. 3. 5 Appiah, S. 2013. Continuity and Discontinuity in Traditional African Narrative Ethics. Institute for Sceince, Technology & Education.
African Christian Ethics book. The remainder of the book fails in many notable respects. First, the author takes an extremely liberal standpoint of the edicts of scripture. At times it is helpful, as he shows where many Westerners take Western philosophy as Christian. At other times, sadly most times, he attempts to almost justify the African church when The first part of this book is excellent, even amazing. The author shows the reader the complexity of African culture and it effects on the African outlook of Christianity.