Ancient Myths and Modern Phenomena
This final chapter examines the cultural, social, and political factors that could have led African religious traditions mingled with Christianity, and sometimes with Islam, to be superseded by a new Jewish cultural identity. It presents some hypotheses of the meaning and the benefits that these groups derive from their affiliation with Judaism.
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