Historical and Social Dimensions in African Christian Theology by Wilson Muoha MainaThis study views enculturation as a dialogue among African Christians, their history and culture, and Christian teachings. Theological approaches such as anthropological, liberation, and historical are analyzed from the perspective of Small Christian Communities (SCCs), which are a recent development in African Christianity. While critical of contemporary African Christology, the study also suggests issues to be considered in the development of African Christology.
Reinventing Christianity: African Theology Today by John ParrattProvides an examination of the new ways of doing theology that have recently emerged from within the African church. Following an introduction that charts the growth and development of African theology, Parratt examines the differing theological assumptions and methodologies throughout the continent.