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HIV and Aids: Mapping Theological Responses in Africa

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The HIV and Aids epidemic has had an enormous impact on the African continent: millions of people are infected by HIV and ten thousands of people are dying of Aids. The epidemic has challenged secular as well as religious leaders to speak in the context of HIV and Aids. This article maps African Christian theological responses to HIV and Aids. Its aim is to give an overview (however defunct) of the abundance of material that is being published on HIV and Aids and theology and to highlight some of the trends within the African theological reflections on HIV and Aids.

Affiliations: 1: Professor of missiology, Department for Theology, Faculty of Humanities, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

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2016-12-10

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