AN AFRICAN MORAL THEOLOGY OF INCULTURATION: METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS

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Description: Following a brief discussion of inculturation in moral theology, the article appeals to the work of Bnzet Bujo, a pioneer in fundamental African Catholic moral theology, and Richard McCormick to shed light on the theology of inculturation today. The article closes with proposals for a fundamental moral theology that is both truly Christian and truly African. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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