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The image of god in the development of Kenya

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Simon Kiprotich Korir
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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The fundamental message of sacred scripture proclaims that the human person is a creature of GOD and sees in his being in the image of GOD the element that characterizes him, in the image of himself (GOD) he created male and female. The likeness with GOD shows that the essence and existence of man are constitutively related to GOD in the most profound manner this is a relationship that exists in itself, it is therefore not something that comes after more do and is not added from the outside. GOD among the Africans is addressed as creator (or maker), an attribute which is very closely related to that of being father. He is invoked as creator of everything and omniscient to who offerings and prayers are made. Spiritually a picture of man is seen as a child before GOD and the departed and that he has no strength in the presence of the Almighty GOD. Man is at the very centre of existence, and African peoples see everything else in its relation to this central position of man. GOD is the explanation of their origin and sustenance; it is as if GOD exists for the sake of man. The spirits are ontologically in the mode between GOD and man: they describe or explain the destiny of men after physical life. From an African world view, a person is thought of first of all as a constituent of particular community, for it is the community which defines who he is and who he can become. “The individual is conscious of himself in terms of I am because we are, and since we are, therefore, I am”. Thus relatedness is so central in an African concept of a person. From an African world view, a person is thought of first of all as a constituent of particular community, for it is the community which defines who he is and who he can become. “The individual is conscious of himself in terms of I am because we are, and since we are, therefore, I am” Thus relatedness is so central in an African concept of a person.

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