Missions Misunderstood » Easter

Posted May 14th, 2009 by E. Goodman

Syncretism is a key missiological concept that refers to the all-too common practice of overlaying one set of beliefs with another, disparate one. People often go to great lengths to reconcile different, even opposing, belief systems in order to make sense of the world around them. When African tribes were (forcibly) “converted” to Christianity by […]

Tags: Christmas, Culture, Easter, Syncretism

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