[The Role of Ancestors in African Worship Traditions]
Opoku, Kofi, Traditional African Religion [July 17, 1972]
Martin Luther King Fellows In Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection
In this recording, Kofi Opoku delivers a lecture on the role of ancestors in African worship traditions. He explains how the spirits of the ancestors have knowledge of both the earthly and heavenly realms. Opoku also describes the African libation ritual and explains its role in ancestor worship. He takes questions from the audience.
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Opoku, Kofi, "[The Role of Ancestors in African Worship Traditions]" (1972). Martin Luther King Fellows in Black Religious Studies, Inc. Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 61.
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