The Justin Martyr's Concept of Logos Spermaticos and its Relevance to Theological Conversation in Africa Today

Patrick Mwania

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Justyna Męczennika koncepcja Logos Spermaticos i jej rola we współczesnym dyskursie teologicznym w Afryce

W artykule autor argumentuje, że tradycyjne wierzenia w Afryce są oparte na autentycznym objawieniu Logosu. Ten fakt powinien być uwzględniony w pracy duszpasterskiej na afrykańskim kontynencie. To z kolei stwarza obowiązek dla Kościoła w Afryce, aby na nowo odkryć obecność Logosu w dziedzictwie kultur Afryki, oczyścić to dziedzictwo z błędów wynikających z grzesznej natury ludzkiej i wcielić do dziedzictwa chrześcijańskiego – znaku Kościoła uniwersalnego.


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Semina verbi; tradycyjne religie afrykańskie

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18290/rt.2017.64.10-14

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