This article engages the Emmaus narrative from a missiological hope perspective. It argues that the story conceals critical resources for constructing a critical missiological hope in the African context of neo-colonialism which can empower African Christians to actively participate in God’s mission of struggle for liberation and a search to actualize the reign of God on earth as it is heaven.
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- Religious studies