Anyaeche, Jude O. “The Canonical Implications of Matthew 19:6 for Christian Marriage in Nigeria.” In The Bible and Theological Reflections, edited by Ignatius M. C. Obinwa and J. O. Iheanyi, 123–33. Buguma: Hanging Gardens Publishers, 1995.
Dube, Musa W. “‘Go Therefore and Make Disciples of All Nations’ (Matt 28:19a): A Postcolonial Perspective on Biblical Criticism and Pedagogy.” In Teaching the Bible: The Discourses and Politics of Biblical Pedagogy, 224–46. Maryknoll, NY, 1998.
Dube, Musa W. “To Pray the Lord’s Prayer in the Global Economic Era (Matt. 6:9-13).” In The Bible in Africa: Transactions, Trajectories, and Trends, edited by Musa W. Dube and Gerald O. West, 611–30. Leiden: Brill, 2000.
Fanusie, Lloyda. “Christianity and African Rituals (Matthew 11:25-30; Leviticus 12:1-5; Luke 2: 21-24).” In Talitha, Qumi!: Proceedings of the Convocation of African Women Theologians, Trinity College, Legon-Accra, September 24-October 2, 1989, edited by Mercy A. Oduyoye and Rachel A. Kanyoro, 84–88. Ibadan: Ibadan University Press, 1990.
Kinoti, Hannah W. “Matthew 5:1-12 An Afrian Perspective.” In Return to Babel: Global Perspectives on the Bible, edited by Priscilla Pope-Levison and John R. Levison, 125–31. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 1999.
AbstractIn Return to Babel, each of ten historically significant biblical texts is interpreted by three scholars: one Latin American, one African, and one Asian. Geographic locales range from a tiny village in the Philippines to the city of Nairobi, Kenya; from Gwangju, South Korea, with its one million inhabitants, to the frontier city of Wiwili in the northern mountains of Nicaragua. The result is a collection of essays that shed new light on familiar texts and make the reader aware of the ways in which culture can shape our understanding of Scripture.
Manus, Chris U. “Matthew 5:13-16. Jesus’ Ethical Teaching to His Disciples: An Exemplar for Nigerians in the Present Decade.” In Religion and Ethics in Nigeria, edited by Samuel O. Abogunrin, 139–57. Ibadan: Daystar Press, 1986.
Manus, Chris U. “Universalism and Mission: A Review of the Epilogue in Matt 28, 16-20 in the African Context.” In Universalisme et Mission Dans La Bible / Universalism and Mission in the Bible: Actes Du Cinquième Congrès Des Biblistes Africains / Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of African Biblical Scholars. Abijan, 16-23 July 1991, edited by Patrick Adeso, Dosithée Atal Sa Angang, P. Buetubela Balembo, L. Nare, Chris U. Manus, Sidbe Sempore, Edmond G. Djitangar, and Paulin Poucouta, 86–111. Nairobi: Catholic Biblical Centre for Africa and Madagascar, 1993.
Tundu-Kialu, Gertrude. ““Human Sexuality (Genesis 1:26-31; John 2:1-12; Matthew 19:10-12).” In ‘Talitha, Qumi!’: Proceedings of the Convocation of African Women Theologians, Trinity College, Legon-Accra Sept.24 - Oct.2, 1989, edited by Mercy A. Oduyoye and Misimbi R. A. Kanyoro, 80–83. Ibadan: Daystar Press, 1990.
Ukpong, Justin S. “The Immanuel Christology of Matthew 25:31-46 in African Context.” In Exploring Afro-Christology, edited by John S. Pobee, 55–64. Studien Zur Interkulturellen Geschichte Des Christentums 79. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1992.
Windibiziri, DAvid. “Matthew 9: 35-38.” In Let My People Go” (Ex. 5:1b): African Pre-Assembly 7-12 July, 1989 Yaounde, Cameroon, edited by Lutheran World Federation, 228–31. Lutheran World Federation Department of Church Cooperation, 1989.
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