Master of Theological Studies (MTS)
School of Theology and Seminary
William Cahoy, Ph.D.
Catholic Studies | Christianity | Missions and World Christianity | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
This paper argues that the incarnation is a profound moment in the redemptive plan of God and hence paradigm of evangelization. It demonstrates that non-inculturated evangelization lacks depth and may lose the fruits of its labor with time. The evangelization of Sub-Saharan Africa is used as a case in point to show this connection between evangelization and inculturation as inevitable.
Obeten, Mark, "The Indispensability of Inculturation For Effective Evangelization: Revisiting The Evangelization of Sub-Saharan Africa" (2020). Graduate Papers/Theses. 1922.
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