In Aids, Ancestors and Salvation, my fellow South African Jesuit priest .
In Aids, Ancestors and Salvation, my fellow South African Jesuit priest Peter Knox traces the damage that AIDS has done to the fabric of African relationships, damage that has ripped apart the very notion of what it means to belong and to be a person. To be a person is to belong. One of the book’s central discussions focuses on the cult of ancestors that is hugely important in African cultures. In a courageous step, Knox responds to the objective reality of ancestors, at least in the South African landscape.
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AIDS, ancestors and salvation: Local beliefs in Christian ministry to the sick. AIDS and behavioural change: Gwembe Valley, Zambia.
Taking his cue from the Kairos document, Knox engages Aids in the Southern African context, especially the context of Lesotho. The role of the veneration of the ancestors in seeking a possibl. More).
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