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Yet, they often retained denominational trappings. They were more open to common causes as with their involvement in and promotion of Pan-Africanism. Thus, 'Ethiopia became a symbol of African redemption, political and religious ideology that continued to inspire through generations'. AICs, including Ethiopian-type churches, outgrew the historic churches both in numbers and in development of appropriate liturgy, polity, finance and mission.
Historically, they made sacrifices; by seceding from mission agencies they denied themselves what they most yearned for - education.
Now they are beginning to make a theological impact too, and though there is a persistent negative attitude towards the perceived lack of theology in AICs, theology is significant in the effect it has on people's lives. It may be credited as more enacted 81 than thought out theology.
It can be said that '"Ethiopians" were ahead of their time and There is considerable spontaneity in their forms of a missionary outreach which springs from the assumption that mission is integral to the life of the church. They are ecumenical, constituting a challenge to traditional ways of thinking by affirming that there are other ways of expressing the Christian faith apart from Western imposed ways:. Reality is expressed in culturally contradictory forms. Once that is accepted, we have to make serious concessions concerning other theological categories.
The tendency of indigenous churches to schism is common among most of the historic churches; compare, for example, the Methodists and Presbyterians in South Africa. Yet, as a positive outcome, this has led to growth and renewal in some indigenous churches. They are 'missionary churches par excellence'. Kalu summarises the contribution of Ethiopianism:. They voiced a new form of Christianity in Africa. In the final analysis, this matter concerns freedom; freedom to choose what kind of ecclesiastical structure, witness and expressions in form and content best reflect the inner nature of the people concerned and best foster the spiritual development of that community as part of their total integrated lifestyle as a constituent of growing the Kingdom of God.
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London: University of California Press, WCC Archives. Wilson, F. Outlook on a century: South Africa Lovedale: Lovedale Press, World Alliance of Reformed Churches. Additional sources consulted. Hinchliffe, P. The church in South Africa. Mansel Heale, J. Dube, 'A talk to my native land', T. Karis and G. Carter ed. He taught Classical Greek at Liberia College in the s, despite the fact that his fellow faculty member Alexander Crummell had studied those languages at the University of Cambridge.
Crummell taught mathematics. Grimke hosted a dinner for Blyden during his farewell tour of the United States. He was supported by Bishop Henry McNeal Turner, and thousands of humble working Negroes celebrated his name, acknowledging him as their world leader. The third, and most egregiously neglected Pan African intellectual black nationalist is Alexander Crummell Born in New York, brought up as an Episcopalian, as a youth he was introduced to Greek, Latin, and biblical languages thanks to the support of his father, who was born in Africa, a member of the Temne ethnic group.
He received his bachelors degree, and passed his examination in classical Greek at the University of Cambridge in England. In , he took up missionary work in Liberia.
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