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No African Pope, but . . . .

Mar. 22, 2013

by Joel Elowsky

David Sseppuuya (Uganda) writes, "There are deeper reasons why Africa should be at the helm, reasons that also put to rest the misconception that Christianity is a ‘mzungu’ religion that is alien to Africa: as a baby Jesus Christ was exiled in Egypt, which carries symbolic or, some would say, divine significance as a cradle."

This statement is part of a larger article he has written on the question of Africa's influence on the rest of Christianity, especially among the Anglican communion. We invite you to read his article by following this link