African Christology : the Yoruba philosophy of humanity and divinity provide help to understand the patristic thought on the natures of Jesus Christ
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This is an interesting research work on the Yoruba philosophy of divinity and humanity.
The tribe is very rich in living stories and belief that could enhance our understanding of the person of Jesus Christ. Many detailed examples used is what all members of the Yoruba community are well versed in. The primary, secondary, and university institutions teach it to their children. Various families utilize the practice of Alo (riddles), and itan (stories) time to teach and train their children's these beliefs.
The second critical part of the thesis is the elaboration of two importance schools of thought: the Alexandrian and Antiochian to form the background for our studies. We look at the important figures in these schools, and take time to present the drama of faith. It posed challenges to the various tribes and nations to popularized the similar illustration that would form a basis for our faith.