African tradition

Timkat; One of the biggest festivals in Ethiopia

Travelers can gain a valuable understanding of Ethiopia’s religion, culture, and traditions by spending time there. Timkat, which honors Christ’s baptism, lasts for three days. The 19th of January is the most significant day since it is when the baptismal vows are renewed and the water is blessTinkatt Epiphany celebrations are held by the Ethiopian […]

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The African belief in a supreme being. 

The African belief in the Supreme being.    Might you have wondered about the influence and the impact of the traditional African belief in one Supreme Being upon the whole of African life?    You have read about African cosmologies, by African scholars for the past three decades; you will see that they have tried […]

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The fundamental African traditional beliefs; The belief in impersonal, and mystical Powers. 

One of the fundamental religious beliefs in the African tradition is the belief in impersonal mystical powers. It’s an essential belief in our theological interpretation and analysis of the African traditional religions. Any meaningful and useful approach to the African traditional religions must begin from here. The belief in impersonal, and mystical Powers. There’s a […]

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African tradition’s view on judgement day and after life.

African tradition does not believe in the notion of the judgment day as brought by Christianity. The idea of the judgment day is an essential aspect of Christianity; for centuries, it has been the center of theological teaching. Traditional Africans believe in a life after death but are not aware of punishment in the afterlife. […]

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