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Title: Interpreting the Pauline Salvation Imagery of Adoption in KroboReligio-Cultural Thought
Authors: Kuwornu-Adjaottor, J. E. T.
Keywords: Salvation
Biblical hermeneutics
Krobo culture
Mother-tongue theology
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: All Nations University Journal of Applied Thought
Citation: All Nations University Journal of Applied Thought 1 (1) 2013: 71-88
Abstract: a person believes in Jesus Christ, he or she becomes an adopted child of God and shares the same inheritance rights as Jesus, just as a Krobo father performs la pomi rite for a child hitherto outside his family making that child his own with full inheritance rights. This analogy for the Christian's adoption as a child of God gives a better understanding of the Pauline teaching to Krobo Christians. The value of this paper is that it explains Paul's imagery of salvation as adoption using a Krobo Religio-Cultural practice. It serves as a model for African theologians and biblical scholars. They may find certain practices in their own cultures and use them to explain the Christian faith wherever they find themselves.
Description: Article published in the All Nations University Journal of Applied Thought
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7232
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