The missional framework for handling the legacy of slavery in a multi-cultural city-context

Author : Dr Muswubi Takalani Aaron The legacy of slavery was and is still a debatable issue. It has a far reaching implication in th...

Author : Dr Muswubi Takalani Aaron


The legacy of slavery was and is still a debatable issue. It has a far reaching implication in the missional witness interculturally when they remain unchecked and unaddressed. The recurring nature of the slavery legacy in many and diverse forms including the bond-servanthood reflects the underlying misconceptions about the nature and character not only of God who created people in His own image, but also of slavery throughout the history of humankind until now. On the closer analysis, these underlying misconceptions are mostly socio-historically influenced and motivated and not necessarily biblically founded. It is therefore inevitable to use the missional framework in handling the legacy behind the slavery legacy. To do so, the researcher wrote the following five articles, namely, the first one, to reflect on slavery in the context of the marginalised’s quest for Messiah as a missional apologetic call; the second one, to understand the curse of Canaan as a blessing in disguise within the mission Dei perspective; the third one, to review the mission-diverted world-view in the light of the mission-oriented worldview in Genesis 11:1–9; the last, but not the least, to reflect on the role of the cities based on Jeremiah 29 to add impetus to the missional apologetic agenda. All this is done to enhance a missional framework in handling the legacy behind the legacy of slavery in a multi-cultural city-context. A summary, conclusion and recommendation were made at the end of this research study.

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