This is the round up of Agbonkhianmeghe E. Orobator’s Theology brewed in an African pot which I’ve been writing about for the past few weeks. This is just a book that teaches theology: it’s an example of an African doing theology more than a treatise on how or why it […]
His family were pretty miffed. He was an aristocratic Italian and the nephew of a cardinal. Now, not only had he joined the Jesuits, he had decided to move to South India!