Item #8177 African Traditional Religion Versus Christianity: Some Semiotic Observations. Dmitry Usenco.

African Traditional Religion Versus Christianity: Some Semiotic Observations

Eugene: Resource Publications, 2020.

Paperback. 9" X 6". viii, 148pp. Very mild shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of pictorial paper wraps. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound. Book appears to be unread.

Breaking away from the centuries-long theological tradition, Dmitry Usenco offers a radically new—semiotic—reading of spirituality, proceeding on his original theory of the initial cultural unity that embraces language, technology, and religion. African Traditional Religion comes into focus as a valid alternative and—in the long run—an equal partner to Christianity in the creation of a modern pluralistic society. While the author’s concepts and conclusions may seem controversial to some, none of the readers can discard them as irrelevant. Africa’s future will in many respects depend on her ability to preserve her cultural heritage in which religion plays a crucial part.(Publisher). Very good +. Item #8177
ISBN: 9781725271609

Price: $15.00