Africa in salvific History: Celebrating Jesus into Africa

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Pope John Paul's visit to Egypt in the year 2000 underscores this book, 'Africa in Salvific History' by Rev. Dr. Okafor Uzoigwe. In his homily the Holy Father reminded the world that in (cf. Ex. 20:2) it is written that, "Out of Egypt have I called my Son." This book accentuates the importance of the presence of Jesus in a gentile world, Egypt. God chose the gentiles just as he chose his people the 'Jews'. The Holy Father came with an olive branch to the Moslem world and love to the Christians of Egypt. This book...

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Overview

Pope John Paul's visit to Egypt in the year 2000 underscores this book, 'Africa in Salvific History' by Rev. Dr. Okafor Uzoigwe. In his homily the Holy Father reminded the world that in (cf. Ex. 20:2) it is written that, "Out of Egypt have I called my Son." This book accentuates the importance of the presence of Jesus in a gentile world, Egypt. God chose the gentiles just as he chose his people the 'Jews'. The Holy Father came with an olive branch to the Moslem world and love to the Christians of Egypt. This book is a fascinating read for Christians and non-Christians.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781425736828
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 12/28/2006
  • Pages: 48
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.12 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2007

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    The history of Salvation will never be complete without reference to the Afr&#7883 kan roles. On this note, I will appeal to all to get a copy of ¿Africa in Salvific History¿ by Deacon Okafor Uzoigwe, Ed.D. Starting with the Patriarchs Abraham, Joseph, Aaron and Moses, Judaism has Afr&#7883 kan roots and antecedence. Moses, who is the Father of Judaism, was born, raised and educated in Afr&#7883 ka and he never reached the Promised Land. The climatic point was the refugee status the child Jesus had in Afr&#7883 ka. Afr&#7883 ka granted asylum to Jesus and his parents in Egypt when Herod wanted to lynch him. There is no written account of the childhood of Jesus in Afr&#7883 ka, but tradition has it that the Holy Family spent some reasonable time in Egypt until Herod was dead and it would be safe for Jesus to return to Israel.

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