Religiones traditionales Africae

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Religiones traditionales Africae sunt fides et pervarii Africanorum usus, qui varias religiones ethnicas comprehendunt.[1][2] Hae traditiones plerumque sunt orales pro scriptis,[3][4] ac fidem enti supremo spiritibusque, venerationique mortuorum, et usui magicae medicinaeque traditionalis comprehendunt.[5][6] Personae ab hominibus actae plerumque videntur componere naturam et supernaturalia.[6][7]

Quamquam maximae religiones in Africa sunt Christianitas et Islam, plus quam 100 milliones hominum religiones traditionales in Africa Subsaharana profitentur, inter quadraginta tres civitates distributi.[8]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. J. O. Awolalu, Studies in Comparative Religion 10 (2) (1976). Formula:Webarchive.
  2. "African religions" .
  3. Juergensmeyer, Mark (2006). The Oxford Handbook Of Global Religions. ISBN 0195137981 .
  4. S. Mbiti, John (1991). Introduction to African religion. ISBN 043594002-3 .
  5. An African Story BBC Formula:Webarchive.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Encyclopedia of African Religion (Sage, 2009) Molefi Kete Asante.
  7. What is religion? An African understanding Formula:Webarchive.
  8. Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Baldick, J. 1997. Black God: The Afroasiatic Roots of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Religions. Novi Eboraci: Syracuse University Press.
  • Doumbia, A. & Doumbia, N (2004) The Way of the Elders: West African Spirituality & Tradition. Saint Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications.
  • Ehret, Christopher. 2002. The Civilizations of Africa: a History to 1800. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia. Google.
  • Ehret, Christopher. An African Classical Age: Eastern and Southern Africa in World History, 1000 B.C. to A.D. 400. University of Virginia Press. ISBN 0813920574.
  • Karade, B. 1994. The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts. York Beach Massachusettae: Samuel Weiser Inc.
  • P'Bitek, Okot. 1970. African Religions and Western Scholarship. Kampala: East African Literature Bureau.
  • Wiredu, Kwasi. 1998. "Toward Decolonizing African Philosophy And Religion." African Studies Quarterly, The Online Journal for African Studies 1 (4).

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Molefi Asante, ed. Encyclopedia of African Religion. Sage Publications.
  • Abimbola, Wade, ed. et conv. 1977. Ifa Divination Poetry. Novi Eboraci: NOK.
  • Baldick, Julian 1997. Black God: the Afroasiatic roots of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim religions. Syracuse University Press ISBN 0815605226.
  • Barnes, Sandra. 1989. Africa's Ogun: Old World and New. Bloomingtoniae: Indiana University Press.
  • Beier, Ulli, ed. 1966. The Origins of Life and Death: African Creation Myths. Londinii: Heinemann.
  • Bowen, P. G. 1970. Sayings of the Ancient One - Wisdom from Ancient Africa. Theosophical Publishing House.
  • Chidester, David. Religions of South Africa.
  • Cole, Herbert Mbari. 1982. Art and Life among the Owerri Igbo. Bloomingtoniae: Indiana University press.
  • Danquah, J. B. 1968. The Akan Doctrine of God: A Fragment of Gold Coast Ethics and Religion. Ed. secunda. Londinii: Cass.
  • Gbadagesin, Segun. 1999. African Philosophy: Traditional Yoruba Philosophy and Contemporary African Realities. Novi Eboraci: Peter Lang.
  • Gleason, Judith. 1992. Oya, in Praise of an African Goddess. Harper Collins.
  • Griaule, Marcel, et Germaine Dietterlen. 1965. Le Mythe Cosmogonique. Lutetiae: Institut d'Ethnologie.
  • Idowu, Bolaji. 1995. God in Yoruba Belief. Ed. retractata et amplificata. Plainview: Original Publications.
  • LaGamma, Alisa. 2000. Art and oracle: African art and rituals of divination. Novi Eboraci: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. ISBN 9780870999338. | archive-url= Archivum.
  • Mbiti, John. 1969. African Religions and Philosophy. African Writers Series. Heinemann. ISBN 0435895915.
  • Opoku, Kofi Asare (1978). West African Traditional Religion Kofi Asare Opoku | Publisher: FEP International Private Limited. ASIN: B0000EE0IT
  • Parrinder, Geoffrey. 1974. African Traditional Religion. Ed. 3a. Londinii: Sheldon Press. ISBN 0859690148.
  • Parrinder, Geoffrey. 1976. Traditional Religion. In Africa's Three Religions, 15–96. Ed secunda. Londinii: Sheldon Press. ISBN 0859690962.
  • Peavy, D. 2009. Kings, Magic & Medicine. Raleigh, NC: SI.
  • Peavy, D. 2016. The Benin Monarchy, Olokun & Iha Ominigbon. Umewaen: Journal of Benin & Edoid Studies.
  • Popoola, S. Solagbade. 2007. Ikunle Abiyamo: It is on Bent Knees that I gave Birth. Asefin Media Publication.
  • Soyinka, Wole. 1976. Myth, Literature and the African World. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press.
  • Umeasigbu, Rems Nna. 1969. The Way We Lived: Ibo Customs and Stories. Londinii: Heinemann.

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