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“God has been present among us.”

“God has been present among us.”

Professor Gerald West, who developed the Bible study program for the 2008 Lambeth Conference, was one of the principle planners of a gathering of Episcopalians and African Anglicans held in October in Durban, South Africa. In the first of these two videos, he talks about the the work of the Ujamaa Centre at the University of KwaZulu Natal. In the second he reflects on what was accomplished at the gathering.

The gathering was sponsored by the Chicago Consultation and the Ujamaa Centre, and made possible by a grant from the Arcus Foundation.


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