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Thanks to the Raramuri myth, the Christian imagination is enriched with images of Father/Mother, the self-affirmation of peoples who are discriminated against, and an understanding of salvation in terms of social and joyful strength. With respect to the Guarani story about the Earth without evils, Bartolomeu Melia notes that such a non-Christian language in fact evangelizes us. He adds: The "Earth without evil" is the condition for being able to give and to be fulfilled in giving. Thus the Gospel of the gift of Grace is inculturated in a Guarani way.
If the amalgam that permits a unity in Christian theology is the faith of the community in the God 2 "Notification regarding the book of Jacques Dupuis," L'Osservatore Romano, n. 10, 2001, 8-10. 46 ANTONIO APARECIDO DA SILVA of Jesus Christ, the unifying act of the African traditions is the experienced centered in the God of Life mediated by AXE. As far as the methodological aspects go, both theologies have defined their epistemological presuppositions very clearly. Christian theology has its tentacles in Western philosophy.
Such a dialogue does not take place between religious structures that are unchangable. Rather persons who share a dialogue are different as persons and are involved in changes. These changes are a part of the movement toward the Land of Flowers. Fruitful encounters happen when all sides are searching, and do not pretend to become owners of the truth. At times Christianity tends to be motionless, and does not continue on its journey (as Paulo Suess pointed out during the IV Congress in Paraguay).
Along the many paths of God by Jose M. Vigil (editor)