Principalities and Powers?

We flew in and out of Lusaka, Zambia for a meeting with Archbishop Chama about theological education in the Anglican Province of Central Africa.

The Kenneth Kaunda Airport is undergoing a 360 million dollar expansion with funds borrowed from China: an almost textbook example of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in this copper rich nation.

One wonders if high on the list of priorities for theological education ought to be a critical analysis of what St. Paul refers to as principalities and powers.

 

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