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African Women, Religion, and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye.

African Women, Religion, and Health: Essays in Honor of Mercy Amba Ewudziwa Oduyoye

Isabel Apawa Phiri and Sarojini Nadar, eds. (Orbis Books, 2006, 280pp)

Composed of 14 essays written largely by African women theologians, this collection celebrates the life and offerings to African theology of the founder of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Mercy Amba Oduyoye. The first articles explore her legacy, while the rest of the volume examines scripture, poverty, health and healing and peacemaking through the contributions of Oduyoye.
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Date:Sep 22, 2006
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