Liturgy & Identity
The subject of Liturgy and Identity is rooted in the very being of humanity. This text explores the subject from African Religio-Cultural and Ecumenical perspectives.
When liturgy and identity fails to find equilibrium then human existence becomes schizophrenic because liturgical construct and practice do not function in harmony. This text addresses some of the urgent issues that emerge from the African continental and diasporic hybrid context. The chapters assemble scholarly voices that examine the subject with the objective of postulating transformative liturgical praxis that emerges from African indigenous roots.
- Roderick Hewitt & Lilian Cheelo Siwila