Encyclopedia of African Religion, 第 1 卷
· Offers the best representation to date of the African response to the sacred
· Helps readers grasp the enormity of Africa’s contribution to religious ideas by presenting richly textured concepts of spirituality, ritual, and initiation while simultaneously advancing new theological categories, cosmological narratives, and ways to conceptualize ethical behavior
· Provides readers with new metaphors, figures of speech, modes of reasoning, etymologies, analogies, and cosmogonies
· Reveals the complexity, texture, and rhythms of the African religious tradition to provide scholars with a baseline for future works
The Encyclopedia of African Religion is intended for undergraduate and graduate students in fields such as Religion, Africana Studies, Sociology, and Philosophy.
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