ISSUE: Vol.1 No.2 December 2019 Article 3 pp.25-42
AUTHORS: Ebenezer Tetteh Fiorgbor, Jonathan Edward Tetteh Kuwornu-Adjaottor, Melvin Djorbua Nartey
DOI : 10.32051/12301903
The purpose of this paper is to retell the story of Dangme exodus as a pointer to the biblical Israel’s own history from slavery to the Promised Land, exploring the occurrences and the experiences along the way. These occurrences and experiences along the way to liberation are what gave Israel ‘a god’ and a distinct theology. The range of experiences encountered by the Dangme during this never to return journey ended in West Africa, with a people called the Dangme. Originally their name was La li (La people) or Le li (Le people) which has a biblical evidence and theological significance. The Old Testament is the basis for the argument of the people’s exodus. Their cultures, religions and rites have traces of Hebrew identity which makes them unique biblical figures.
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