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Die Johannese Logos kom opnuut tuis in Afrika

J. A. du Rand

Verbum et Ecclesia; Vol 23, No 1 (2002), 80-91. doi: 10.4102/ve.v23i1.1205

Submitted: 07 August 2002
Published:  06 September 2002

Abstract

The Johannine Logos once again comes home in Africa
In many parts of Africa people are still staggering under the burden of colonialism, civil wars, illnesses, drought, famine, poverty and corruption, to name but a few. On the other hand, one should also take notice of the warmth of its variety of peoples, the family and community values and the promotion of mutual care. Who is Jesus in the midst of all this? Jesus has many faces in Africa, like being the master of initiation, the chief, the ancestor and elder brother, the healer and the liberator from suffering, to name some.

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J. A. du Rand, Randse Afrikaanse Universiteit, South Africa

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