CRS 560: African Christian Theology
The Unit consists of twelve inter-related Lectures. Each Lecture has some in-text questions as a guide to deeper thinking and a considerable number of activities for your academic attention. You will be expected to handle selected activities for discussion and extra research and oral presentation from which you will be graded for your continuous assessment examination. The coursework will be graded out of 40/100 while the final exam will be out of 60/100. Each Lecture will also have a series of select bibliography for further self-erudition. You will notice that in the reference section, in some cases, I do not indicate the pages to refer to. This is a deliberate omission. As postgraduate students you already know how to get to the gist of respective relevant material you look for using table of contents and the index. So it is superfluous for me to do it for you except in some exceptional cases. The goal of this Unit CRS 560: African Christian Theology is to help you identify, peruse, understand, and concretely interpret the Christian faith/Gospel/Good News in accordance with the needs, aspirations, thought-forms and mentality of the Africans as you investigate the works of the exponents of ACT. To this end, the Unit will provide you with TWELVE interdependent Lectures which will help to acquaint you with the knowledge and understanding of the three lenses of ACT.