A Socio-political Agenda for the Twenty-first Century Zimbabwean Church
Empowering the Excluded
This book deals primarily with the interface between religion and politics in the public square in Africa, generally, and specifically, Zimbabwe. It is argued that Christian religion has a huge potential of democratizing the contemporary Zimbabwean social and political arena. The focus of this book is the argument for a contextual theology that takes into consideration both social and political realities in the creation of democratic spaces.
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"... Dr. Dube is addressing a specific contextual experience, that experience cuts across cultural boundaries and, therefore, makes this work important not only for the Zimbabwean excluded community, but for the global excluded community, as well." - Professor Lynne St. Clair Darden, Drew University"