This project attempts to investigate the role and significance of the cross of Jesus Christ in the works of four African evangelical scholars. By using a hermeneutic framework, the project aims to answer the main research question how the New Testament account of the cross is understood in African evangelical theology as formulated by Byang H. Kato, Tokunboh Adeyemo, Tite Tiénou and Yusufu Turaki, with regard to the sociopolitical situation and theological debates of their time.
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