n Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies - The stony road we tread : the challenges and contributions of Black Liberation Theology in post-apartheid South Africa
|Article Title||The stony road we tread : the challenges and contributions of Black Liberation Theology in post-apartheid South Africa|
|© Publisher:||Southern African Missiological Society (SAMS)|
|Journal||Missionalia : Southern African Journal of Mission Studies|
|Affiliations||1 University of South Africa|
|Publication Date||Nov 2012|
|Pages||278 - 287|
|Keyword(s)||Black Liberation Theology, Interpretation, Land and White Theology|
The Great Trek of 1838 brought about a belief in the supremacy of the Dutch descendants in South Africa. Their 1948 election victory authenticated for them their interpretation of theology and their historical experiences of God's involvement in their lives. Black Theology challenged the perception of Afrikaner supremacy and their theological hegemony, although Mosala argued against the blindness of black theologians in their criticism of "white theology" because they were actually using the same tools of analysis that whites had traditionally used to justify their case (Mosala and Tlhagale 1986:175-196). Mosala.
This article discusses a paper presented at a conference in Cairo by Takatso Mofokeng on the issue of land, and further outlines the challenges and contributions of Black Theology today.
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