Part 1: Subjectivity: A case against God and Divine Command

By Mxolisi Masuku Perhaps one of the most overlooked philosophical ideas ever brought forward in terms of contribution to human independence from dictatorial ideas and religion is Immanuel Kant’s idea of the noumenal. Put loosely, the noumenal refers to the transcendental aesthetic, the existence of a thing in itself, independent of the observable manifestation of … Read morePart 1: Subjectivity: A case against God and Divine Command

From family shrines to one big church

By Takudzwa Mazwienduna The first Sunday service in Zimbabwe was probably conducted by Father Goncalo Da Silveira some time in the 16th century. The Portuguese Catholic priest baptised a considerable number of Karangas under Chief Gamba and gained influence in the Munhu Mutapa empire. The significance of his mission was not as much as that … Read moreFrom family shrines to one big church